Weather related photos!!

Weather related photos!!

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A fire whirl, known to some as the fire tornado. One of the most terrifying sights...

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Fire rainbow cloud: The rare phenomenon appeared behind a storm cloud near Delray Beach, Florida

Photographer captures rare 'fire rainbow cloud' above Florida as Mother Nature puts on spectacular light show


Best of the best: Wonderful World!

Lenticular cloud over the Owens River, Eastern Sierra (California, 1991) - Galen Rowell. Amazing landscape photographer.

Lenticular Cloud over the Owens River, Eastern Sierra (California, 1991)

"Sunset #51" - Original Fine Art for Sale - © Rita Kirkman

Daily Paintworks - Original Fine Art © Rita Kirkman

Ballybunion Castle, Ireland

nww: Ballybunion Castle, Ireland -

Tornado, Parker, Colorado

Uno cada tanto, pero largo [imagenes]

The Fire Whirl – Nature’s Fiery Funnel ~ Kuriositas

The Fire Whirl – Nature’s Fiery Funnel

@Earth_Pics: The sky before the Norfolk Nebraska Hailstorm.

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Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii, USA

Geological Wonders of the World

Tampa Bay, FL waterspout Gulf of Mexico tornado

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Orange & yellow dotted clouds in the blazing sunset over the Desert as a camel and his driver walk through the glowing sand in the distance that reflects the sunlight's dying rays.

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Earthquake damage

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Yosemite National Park - crazy sunset sky and reflection, picture is from National Geographic

David Chevestick: Slideshow ( Galen Avery Rowell)

Natural Infinity Pool, Pamukkale, Turkey.

Confira as mais belas piscinas do mundo | tempodadelicadeza

Oh what a magnificent world God has given us, as well as mysterious and dangerous. TG

Supercell Lightning, Snyder, Nebraska

Snow roads in Japan , Yuki-no-Otani Snow Canyon in Toyama

Snow canyon roads in Japan |

roll cloud which is a rare arcus cloud

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fulgurite ( = lightning + sand)

Fulgurite: Petrified Lightning

Celestial Ripples and sailing at sunset

Celestial Ripples

Jade Iceberg, Antarctica. When seawater at depths of more than 1,200 feet freezes to the underside of massive ice shelves, it forms ‘marine ice.’ Enormous hunks of ice break off from the ice shelf, creating icebergs. When one of these icebergs overturns, its jade underside is revealed. The wondrous color of this ‘marine ice’ results from organic matter dissolved in the seawater at those great depths. Green icebergs are infrequently seen because their verdant bellies are underwater

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Sunset in Colorado Springs

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Sunset over the Rockies!

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