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Hector Thunderstorm Project

By Gerard @presurfer
Australian photographer Murray Fredericks made a visit to Melville Island, situated in the Arafura sea North of the Australian mainland. During the 'build-up' season, prior to the monsoon, a huge storm event known as 'Hector' occurs almost daily over the Tiwi Islands. These storms are known as the worlds largest thunderstorm which, given the right conditions, can merge into a 'super-cell' or a giant storm known as a 'Hector'.
This time-lapse assembly is part of the Hector Thunderstorm Project. Camera Murray Fredericks, editing Lindi Harrison, and original sound Tommy Shutzinger.

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(thanks Cora)The Presurfer

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