- Moon, Sun and Stars at the same time! - Wisconsin by Phil Koch
The Atlantic Road in Norway...built high enough for the waves to crash through.
A fire rainbow over Idaho in the US. Circumhorizontal arc (aka fire rainbow) are the rarest of all naturally occuring atmospheric phenomena.
Mt. St. Helens eruption, 19800-Washington. My dad was one of the only helicopters flying aroung the volcano when it erupted because he is a photographer. Turns out when he landed and went to review his work, he did not have film in the camera. Still kicks himself in the ass for it now lol One of my favorite stories of his
Mt. St. Helens eruption, 1980. Photo by Jim Cottingham.
In this serene night skyscape, the Milky Way's graceful arc stretches over prominent peaks in the Italian Alps known as Tre Cime di Lavaredo. A 180 degree wide-angle panorama made in four exposures on August 24, the scene does look to the north and the sky is suffused with an eerie greenish light. Still, the subtle glowing bands are not aurorae, but airglow. The production of light in a chemical reaction, energy is provided by the Sun's extreme ultraviolet radiation.
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