Last night, amateur photographer Phil McGrew shot what could be one of the most remarkable photos of lightning ever captured. Pointing his camera out of his apartment window overlooking San Francisco's Bay Bridge, he set a 20 second exposure to snag this photo of eight lighting bolts striking the bridge.
Looking at that tiny resized photo doesn't do the snapshot any justice. To really see how fantastic the photo is, take a look at this larger version by clicking on the thumbnail:
You can clearly see the bolts striking each of the bridge's four towers. McGrew's photo is a once-in-a-lifetime photo indeed. McGrew, toss us a wallpaper size will ya?