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On Thursday, January 18, Reddit user allthekos shared an incredible photo of a lightning storm that took place near Lake Utah.
While it is unclear when the image was captured, one thing we know for sure is that mother nature can be frighteningly captivating.
Fellow Redditors were quick to comment that wild lightning storms hit Utah quite frequently — most often during the summer — which has caused wildfires in the past, especially when there is little to no rain.
Other users familiar with Utah’s various mountain ranges speculated that the image was most likely captured near undeveloped land in Geneva close to a few industrial sites.
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