Breathtaking rainbow and thunderstorm photographed in Colorado - fun to look at from the ground. How about from the air?

Breathtaking rainbow and thunderstorm photographed in Colorado

Breathtaking rainbow and thunderstorm photographed in Colorado - fun to look at from the ground. How about from the air?

Indonesian photographer Aditya Permana captured an absolutely brilliant image of a bucolic forest dragon lying back on a twig and seemingly strumming a few chords on a guitar-shaped leaf. Permana a...

Bucolic Forest Dragon Lizard Appears to Strum a Guitar-Shaped Leaf While Resting Against a Twig

Indonesian photographer Aditya Permana captured an absolutely brilliant image of a bucolic forest dragon lying back on a twig and seemingly strumming a few chords on a guitar-shaped leaf. Permana a...

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Tornado in the Making. By The Kav. "I climbed up on my roof-top to get this shot of a swirling cloud attempting to become a tornado. This was at its peak strength in this series of shots...eventually it moved off to the left leaving in its wake some rain and something to talk about the next day! It was an amazing sight in this area which seldom ever sees Tornado's." http://www.flickr.com/photos/the_kav/5951875353

Tornado in the Making. By The Kav. "I climbed up on my roof-top to get this shot of a swirling cloud attempting to become a tornado. This was at its peak strength in this series of shots...eventually it moved off to the left leaving in its wake some rain and something to talk about the next day! It was an amazing sight in this area which seldom ever sees Tornado's." http://www.flickr.com/photos/the_kav/5951875353

This is a rare meteorological phenomenon called a skypunch. When people see these, they think it's the end of the world. Ice crystals form above the high-altitude cirro-cumulo-stratus clouds, then fall downward, punching a hole in the cloud cover. Freakishly weird!  
By Terry Boswell (Joshua Tree Earth & Space Museum)

This is a rare meteorological phenomenon called a skypunch. When people see these, they think it's the end of the world. Ice crystals form above the high-altitude cirro-cumulo-stratus clouds, then fall downward, punching a hole in the cloud cover. Freakishly weird! By Terry Boswell (Joshua Tree Earth & Space Museum)

I love a good summer storm in the Midwest (as long as nothing in the shape of a cone starts to drop out of the sky).

I love a good summer storm in the Midwest (as long as nothing in the shape of a cone starts to drop out of the sky).

Aren't they amazing?  I began making up stories to fit cloud shapes when I was six and I still do this from time to time.  But occasionally the clouds can speak more eloquently than I ever could...Asperatus Clouds Over New Zealand.

Aren't they amazing? I began making up stories to fit cloud shapes when I was six and I still do this from time to time. But occasionally the clouds can speak more eloquently than I ever could...Asperatus Clouds Over New Zealand.

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