This was another after work chase, and I was not going to make the same mistake I did on June 26th! Leaving immediately after work at 4pm, I targeted Lamar, CO with a supercell already in progress moving southeast off the Palmer Divide. As this storm approached Lamar, it underwent a transition. It re-organized into a good supercell structure northeast of Lamar before undergoing another transition near Granada. This last transition was into a spectacular mothership base as it approached the Kansas-Colorado border northwest of Johnson, KS. This structure ended up being one of the most spectacular, photogenic storms I have photographed in years -- certainly since the Julesburg storm of 2013! This supercell eventually died just after sunset, and I went after another supercell in progress to its west, near Two Buttes, Co, which was an easy intercept. I got some pretty decent lightning-illuminated structure after dark of this second supercell.