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The Fairy of Eagle Nebula

環境とか農業とか生命とか - n-a-s-a:

Sun streaming through the clouds


Dazzling: A rainbow cloud dwarfs Mt Everest in the Himalayas, taking photographer Oleg Bartunov by surprise

Heavenly haze: Remarkable rainbow cloud towers over Mount Everest

Amazing Clouds

Behind this darker cloud is a pileus iridescent cloud - a group of water droplets that have a uniformly similar size and so together diffract different colors of sunlight by different amounts. A more detailed picture of the same cloud shows not only many colors, but unusual dark and wavy bands whose origins are thought related to wave disturbances in the cloud. – på Image Credit: Esther Havens/Light the World.

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Beautiful Clouds

King of Clouds by Arild Heitmann via 500px.

Beach Storm by Misher

Beach Storm by Misher on deviantART

✯ Sky Wave, Costa Rica

Astonishing Pic of a Huge Waterspount at Tampa Bay, Florida

Amazing Pictures of Nature on The Amazing Pictures - Part 2

Wind and heavy rain from Hurricane Arthur continues to hit the East coast heading towards New England with flash flood warnings.

Arthur Moving Towards New England

Highway Lightning, Colorado photo via elves

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Lenticular Clouds, Mount Fuji, Japan

Puyehue volcano erupted for the first time in half a century on June 4, 2011, prompting evacuations for 3,500 people as it sent a cloud of ash that reached Argentina.

✮ Underwater Volcanic Eruption

the awesome power of mother nature!

tornado & lightning


Sent to Fox-Atlanta: Was sent to them from someone in Chattanooga when tornadoes went through. March 2012

Surviving the Blizzard of 78

The midwest blizzard of 1967. I was in Chicago for this one and we had to abandon our car and try to walk 5 miles home.

Blizzard, 1888