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Awesome electrical storm
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Kansas Tornado So beautiful and deadly...
Impressive electrical storm. Wow!!
Electrical Storm, or, Mother Nature throwing a temper tantrum.
Awesome electrical storm This is my life goal
Amazing, Pot Of Gold, Sky, God Promise, Colors, Beautiful Rainbows, Earth, Rainbows In Nature, Pots Of Gold
This is not my picture. After my Granny's funeral there were four rainbows in the sky, not only were they in the sky...but we my family and I were in the rainbow light surrounded by color and light mist and blue skies...it was amazingly beautiful we tried to capture this but could not...and to try and explain something so amazing was imposible. This picture captures one amazing rainbow can you imagine four. Thank you for sharing this beautiful picture ...<3 :)
WoW! Amazing! Almost to the pot of gold.
Rainbows are my favorite artwork that amazes me and reminds me of God's promises.
The rainbow shall be in the cloud, and I will look on it to remember the everlasting covenant between God and every living creature of all flesh that is on the earth.” Genesis 9:16 ~ THE ONLY RAINBOW MEANING FOR ME GODS PROMISE HOW CAN YA NOT SEE ITS BEAUTY & KNOW THERE IS A GOD WHO LOVES US TAKE A LOOK AROUND YOU & KNOW HE IS LOVE & HE LOVES YOU AND HAS PROMISED TO TAKE CARE OF US HE SUPPLIES OUR EVERY NEED ; )
Photos, Nature, Vans Gogh, Colors, Summer Storms, Storms Clouds, Weather, Yellow, Wheat Fields
yellow #beautiful #nature #photography #weather
'' Storm clouds brewing over a wheat field (via Katherine Bond) '' # Beautiful nature photography #
Thunderstorm over a wheat field. Nature is rocking the color pallet.
Stormy weather Almost looks like a Van Gogh Painting like "wheat field w/crows," one of my all time favorites... but alas, this is a photo... incredible!
wheat fields and summer storms...
Tornado with lightning
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Tornado & Lightning Lightning can serve as a natural sensing tool that allows scientists to understand what else could be happening in a storm Image Credit: F. Smith God's Art...........http://goo.gl/iJrPlL
Amazing photo of a tornado storm with lightning strikes.
"Respect Mother Nature, she can surely shit a storm." (Sent to Fox-Atlanta: Was sent to them from someone in Chattanooga when tornadoes went through. March 2012)
Funnel cloud and lightning. Tornado storm in Tennessee
Chattanooga tornado, March 2012......tornados have always scared me a lot, but God even makes destructive things beautiful!
It looks like the sky overhead not too long ago!
Photos, Thunderstorms, Buckets Lists, Sky, Texas, Mothers Nature, Storms Clouds, Weather, Tornadoes
Tornado drops down out of storm clouds!!!
Tornado. Amazing what Mother Nature Is Capable of
"The gif of that weather system is called a mesocyclone and it’s normally associated with severe thunderstorms that produce tornadoes."
Thunderstorm in Texas, USA. Amazing Photos in the World
Bucket List - see a tornado
Nebraska tornado skies
Yellowstone National Park The distinct color of the pool is due to bacteria which inhabit the water. On a few rare occasions the Morning Glory Pool has erupted as a geyser, usually following an earthquake or other nearby seismic activity. Several entryways have been clogged due to objects being thrown in by tourists, reducing the hot water supply, and in turn altering the overall appearance of the pool.
Morning Glory Rainbow Pool - Yellow Stone National Park.
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Morning Glory rainbow pool at Yellowstone Park. Morning Glory Pool is a hot spring in the Upper Geyser Basin of Yellowstone National Park in the United States.
Morning Glory Rainbow Pool, Yellowstone National Park, USA The distinct color of the pool is due to bacteria which inhabit the water. On a few rare occasions the Morning Glory Pool has erupted as a geyser, usually following an earthquake or other nearby seismic activity. Several entryways have been clogged due to objects being thrown in by tourists, reducing the hot water supply, and in turn altering the overall appearance of the pool.
Morning Glory Rainbow Pool - Yellow Stone National Park. I love this place :)
wish I knew who took this and where.
Photographers, Photos, Mitch Dobrown, Sky, God, Black And White, Inspiration Photography, Mothers Nature, Storms Clouds
Mitch Dobrowner has captured one of the most breathing views of all time. I would like to call it "The Devil in The Sky." These photographs below remind us how cruel and beautiful our mother earth ...
Mitch Dobrowner specializes in black and white photograph’s of landscapes. These landscapes have a small twist, they are examples of major storms that have occurred in the west coast. Just goes to show you how powerful mother nature can be but also how shockingly beautiful at the same time.
Mitch Dobrowner Photographs Of Storms "Arm of God" Galacia, Kansas, 2009
Amazing storm cloud photos... reFramed: In conversation with fine art photographer Mitch Dobrowner - Framework - Photos and Video - Visual Storytelling from the Los Angeles Times #clouds
Solar Storms, Solar Dynamic, Bright Spots, Biggest Solar, Upper Left, Earth, Solar Flares, Nasa Solar, Dynamic Observatory
This image from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory shows the sun as it unleashed an X5.4-class solar flare at 7:04 p.m. EST on March 6, 2012 (0002 March 7 GMT). The flare appears as the bright spot in the upper left.
Biggest Solar Storm in Years Is Bombarding Earth Now! #RUN
A new picture from the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope is the most detailed infrared view yet of the Carina Nebula. This bustling stellar nursery sits about 7,500 light-years from Earth and is home to several of the brightest and most massive stars known. Radiation from the hot, young stars inside causes the large nebula to glow brightly in visible light. But the new infrared view can also pierce the space cloud's veil of dust to see hundreds of thousands of fainter stars that were previously invisible.
Infrared view yet of the Carina Nebula.
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Stellar Nursery in the Milky Way galaxy. 7500 light years from Earth. #space #art #beauty
This panorama of the Carina Nebula, a region of massive star formation in the southern skies, was taken in infrared light using the HAWK-I camera on ESO's Very Large Telescope. The Carina Nebula lies in the southern part of our own galaxy, the Milky Way, 7500 light years from our planet. The glowing cloud of gas and dust is a 'nursery' of huge young stars.
ESO’s Very Large Telescope has delivered the most detailed infrared image of the Carina Nebula stellar nursery taken so far. Many previously hidden features, scattered across a spectacular celestial landscape of gas, dust and young stars, have emerged. This is one of the most dramatic images ever created by the VLT. Deep in the heart of the southern Milky Way lies a stellar nursery called the Carina Nebula. It is about 7500 light-years from Earth in the constellation of Carina (The Keel) . This cloud of glowing gas and dust is one of the closest incubators of very massive stars to the Earth and includes several of the brightest and heaviest stars known. One of them, the mysterious and highly unstable star Eta Carinae, was the second brightest star in the entire night sky for several years in the 1840s and is likely to explode as a supernova in the near future, by astronomical standards. The Carina Nebula is a perfect laboratory for astronomers studying the violent births and early lives of stars. Although this nebula is spectacular in normal visible-light pictures (eso0905), many of its secrets are hidden behind thick clouds of dust. To penetrate this veil a European team of astronomers, led by Thomas Preibisch (University Observatory, Munich, Germany) has used the power of ESO’s Very Large Telescope along with an infrared-sensitive camera called HAWK-I . Hundreds of individual images have been combined to create this picture, which is the most detailed infrared mosaic of the nebula ever taken and one of the most dramatic images ever created by the VLT. It shows not just the brilliant massive stars, but hundreds of thousands of much fainter stars  that were previously invisible. The dazzling star Eta Carinae itself appears at the lower left of the new picture. It is surrounded by clouds of gas that are glowing under the onslaught of fierce ultraviolet radiation. Across the image there are also many compact blobs of dark material that remain opaque even in the infrared. These are the dusty cocoons in which new stars are forming. Over the last few million years this region of the sky has formed large numbers of stars both individually and in clusters. The bright star cluster close to the centre of the picture is called Trumpler 14. Although this object is seen well in visible light, many more fainter stars can be seen in this infrared view. And towards the left side of the image a small concentration of stars that appear yellow can be seen. This grouping was seen for the first time in this new data from the VLT: these stars cannot be s
Aurora Borealis in Ersfjord, Norway. During the Northern Hemisphere's autumn and spring, solar magnetic fields are oriented in just the right way to cause "rips" in Earth's magnetic field. The resulting increase in solar wind on Earth encourages auroral sky shows but can also damage satellite technology and electrical grids on the ground. (National Geographic)
An aurora borealis appears to touch down on an illuminated bridge in Sommarøya in northern Norway on September 8. (Want to go)
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~7 Natural Wonders of the World
Aurora Borealis -Norway. BUCKET LIST!
I always thought the Northern Lights looked good in Alaska. Now I must go to Norway to have a look-see.
Aurora Borealis in Ersfjord, Norway. During the Northern Hemisphere's autumn and spring, solar magnetic fields are oriented in just the right way to cause "rips" in Earth's magnetic field. The resulting increase in solar wind on Earth encourages auroral sky shows but can also damage satellite technology and electrical grids on the ground. (National Geographic) http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2010/09/photogalleries/100921-aurora-borealis-northern-lights-norway-new-pictures/
Aurora borealis over Norway (photography, photo, picture, image, beautiful, amazing, travel, world, places)
Aurora Borealis from space
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July 2010 Above Aurora Australis Credit: ISS Expedition 23 Crew, ISAL, NASA On May 29, looking southward from a vantage point about 350 kilometers above the southern Indian Ocean, astronauts onboard the International Space Station watched this enormous, green ribbon shimmering below. Known as aurora australis or southern lights, the shifting, luminous bands are commonly seen at high northern latitudes as well, there known as the aurora borealis or northern lights.
Among the views of Earth afforded astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS), surely one of the most spectacular is of the aurora. These ever-shifting displays of colored ribbons, curtains, rays, and spots are most visible near the North (aurora borealis) and South (aurora australis) Poles as charged particles (ions) streaming from the Sun (the solar wind) interact with Earth’s magnetic field. http://earthspacecircle.blogspot.com/2012/11/aurora-australis-observed-from.html
Aurora Borealis from Outer Space
This snaking green aurora was the result of a geomagnetic storm that was most likely caused by a coronal mass ejection from the Sun on May 24, 2010. Astronauts aboard the International Space Station captured this picture of the light show as they orbited over the Southern Indian Ocean at an altitude of 220 miles (350 kilometers), with the astronaut observer most likely looking towards Antarctica (not visible) and the South Pole. The aurora has a sinuous ribbon ..
Blue Hole, Belize
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Blue Hole, Belize. Bucket List: Deep sea dive
If you ever come by near the coast of Belize, you shouldn’t miss an opportunity to visit the Great Blue Hole, one of the world’s most recognizable natural wonders. The Great Blue Hole is located in Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System, about 60 miles away from Belize City. It is believed that this hole is the world’s largest sea-hole. It is about 125 meters deep and its diameter is about 300 meters wide. It has been created as a cause of sea level increase about 65,000 years ago.
Blue Hole, Belize #travel #travelphotography #travelinspiration #Belize #YLP100BestOf #wanderlust
a fire tornado seen over Hungary. from National Geographic.