An amateur photographer captured an incredibly rare and spectacular moment at the Fourth of July fireworks, photographing a lightning bolt with fireworks over the Hudson River.
Michael Pescetti, a college student from Poughkeepsie, New York, was standing on a walkway on the Hudson Bridge when he caught a breathtaking burst of fireworks at the exact moment when a lightning bolt shot in the sky and through a storm cloud.
With the lights from earth and heaven, the photo glows in red and gold, creating a surreal but utterly beautiful scene.
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The walkway cost $10 on the Fourth of July to watch the nation’s largest fireworks. The 22-year-old student brought his camera and tripod, and it was just moments after he readied himself to take photos when the lightning bolt hit.
Though he hoped and prayed for the once-in-a-lifetime moment to be captured in the shot, Pescetti was not sure whether it was successful, according to the Daily Mail.
‘It wasn't until later the next day when I went through my photos that I had realized what a great snag it was,’ Pescetti told the publication.
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