OK Folks, for all of you down the Jersey Shore, you know we had one hell of a light show last night, lasting for about an hour, and with many dangerous lightning strikes about us. I'm still damned surprised that not ONE of them hit the water tower, or any part of the Seaside Heights boardwalk with all the power they where generating there before they finally decided to turn it off. But a question. What's a good way to photograph lightning? I was thinking of using a web cam, something that I can set up and program to record a storm from the second floor window. We're one of the taller houses now, so we could see the storm out there for miles before it actually got to us, with lots of great lightning strikes seen. Also, when we where driving down rt 287 to get there at about 7PM, there was the strangest cloud I've ever seen. Damned thing was VERY low, lightning flashing about it like you would see in a Tornado video. Even one little spindle of a cloud looking like it MIGHT be starting to reach toward the ground, but thankfully nothing did. REALLY wish I could have gotten a picture of the thing, because a few people found it interesting enough to pull off to the side of the road and watch ... Any ideas?