(Post updated 6/27 to add some additional photos) I picked up these shots in downtown Pittsburgh on Thursday night. This was a very cooperative storm, staying active until after sunset and not raining on me after I got the cameras set up. The lightning was mainly the stratiform-region anvil crawler variety, with the occasional branchless cloud-to-ground connection (the intense sonic-booming variety). This type of CG lightning is usually very bright, requiring a stop-down to F10 for most of these photos. The main storm cores passed over town prior to sunset, raining out the Pirates-Yankees game.