Tamarama Storm

Last night saw a beautiful storm cell open up over the skies of Sydney. Not quite in time to get the start of it, I managed to get a few shots as it disappeared from the coast and headed south east and out to sea. Lightning storms like this are usually associated with the summer months, but with the unusual weather (snow down to 600m) today, and reported coldest average day in the last decade saw some excitement in the skies.