An event that reportedly happens an average of 23 times annually has been caught on camera in a dramatic video: lighting zapping the Empire State Building.

The short clip— aptly titled “Boom!”--  has racked up over 1.2 million views on YouTube since it was first uploaded on Monday. After six or so seconds, the video shows a jagged line of lightning striking the iconic structure. “I got that,” a voice says, just as thunder rolls.

The video has even been turned into a GIF, which Henrik Moltke, the journalist who took the video, posted on Twitter. He’s also shared the viral video on Instagram.

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The Empire State Building, which soars over 100 stories above Manhattan sidewalks, is said to be “the most photographed building in the world.”