A storm broke over my home location on 12 June during the middle of the day. This always makes photographing lightning harder than at night. For night shoots, it’s possible to leave a camera exposing for many seconds without over-exposing the frame. During the day, a fraction of a second is all it takes to completely over-expose the shot. These frames were grabbed off a video system. This was from one video file of several (I haven’t had time to check the others yet!). Seems to be a good way to record lightning forks. Similarity between some of the images above comes from the fact that some of the images are from the same short frame sequence. Basically, these show the same fork in different stages of development.