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  • Tracy

    The power and beauty of Mother Nature

  • Phyllis McLaughlin Davis

    lightening striking tree (amazing photo)

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    Lightning Striking Tree I jigsaw puzzle, 1000 pieces. Lightning is one of the most beautiful displays in nature. It is also one of the most deadly natural phenomena known to man. Features: 1000 pieces, Dimension: 19.25 x 26.5 inches. Superior - quality piece by piece, Perfect and easy - fit puzzle pieces, Strong high - quality unbreakable puzzle pieces, Made from recycled board, Image printed on recycled paper, Ink is vegetable based. This superior quality puzzle will delight and educate all ...

  • Gitte Daphne Lætgaard Tinning

    Introduction to Meteorology -- Lesson 1 -- don't stand under a tree during a thunderstorm., lightning, tree, clouds, storm, beauty of Nature, wild, powerful, photo

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