Night Over the Spanish Desert

The following stunning shots were taken by amateur photographer Martin Zalba, a high school music teacher from Navarra, Spain. He said his images of storms  in the Spanish desert owe as much to luck as they do technical skill. Looks pretty skillful to me.

Image of Storm in the Spanish desert
Lightning is pictured along with a house in the Bardenas of Navarra
A lightning bolt strikes near a house in the Bardenas of Navarra, Spain
A lightning bolt strikes near a house in the Bardenas of Navarra, Spain.  Amateur photographer Martin Zalba said his images of lightning bolts in the Spanish desert owe as much to luck as they do technical skill...
The night sky over the Bardenas of Navarra
The Milky Way behind ruins in Paredes de Nava, Palencia
ruins in Paredes de Nava, Palencia
Bardenas Reales de Navarra
Lightning is pictured in the Bardenas of Navarra
Cantabrian Sea coast of Spain. It could be a painting.
Cantabrian Sea coast of Spain
Lightning is pictured in the Bardenas of Navarra
A house belonging to shepherds in the Bardenas of Navarra
A house belonging to the sheep herders is pictured  in the Bardenas of Navarra

Attribution: UK Telegraph

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One Response to Night Over the Spanish Desert

  1. mariephoto91 says:

    These photos are stunning!

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