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Like most storm chasers, I have a list of “must-have” shots. After getting rained out at Grand Canyon, I saw the storm track on radar moving straight toward the Goosenecks of the San Juan River near Mexican Hat, Utah — a location high on my shot list. For three hours I drove through the night, watching the distant flashes in front of me to the NE. When I arrived at Goosenecks State Park, I hurriedly got my tripod set up on the cliff edge and gave the settings my best guess. Two minutes later this massive bolt hit nearby, lighting up the whole canyon bright as day and making the whole trip worthwhile. I got one more image (also here in the gallery) moments later and then the rain moved in, washing out the rest of the night.