Tonight’s photo comes from public lands photographer Jeff Sullivan (@jeffsullivanphotography). Here’s a little more from Jeff about this photo: “I set up camp on the top of a mountain to capture clouds changing color at sunset, but I ended up capturing much more! The lightning continued for over an hour into the night, so I kept my cameras going while cooking dinner on a campfire nearby. The lightning is striking Bald Mountain in the Wovoka Wilderness Study Area, as seen from the Bodie Hills across the Rosaschi Ranch on the East Walker River.” Bodie Hills is managed by BLM on the border of Nevada and California. California’s Eastern Sierra region is a dramatic transition zone between the snow-capped granite spires of the Sierra Nevada and the endless sagebrush covered uplands of the Great Basin. More than 100,000 acres of BLM lands cover most of the Bodie Hills and include several wilderness study areas.
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