This was an after-work chase. I actually worked a couple hours of overtime until 7:30pm and chased right as I got off work. A new storm formed rapidly just south of Montezuma, and I intercepted it south of Ensign which showed supercell structure right when I got on it. The supercell structure started to wane, but as I continued to follow it southeast, it turned into an electrical machine. It was lightning photography mode during the golden hour with this storm, as it continued to roll southeast across Clark County. This was one of my best lightning photography chase days in years! Numerous high-quality cloud-to-ground frames with wonderful foreground overlooking the open range landscape from just south of Big Basin Preserve.