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  • Phattymhar Tenorio

    A lenticular cloud captured in 2002 looking southwest over the Tararua Range mountains from North Island, New Zealand. Chris Picking (Starry Night Skies Photography)

  • Jim Sharp

    Earth A Lenticular Cloud over New Zealand What's happening above those mountains? Several clouds are stacked up into one striking lenticular cloud. Normally, air moves much more horizontally than it does vertically. Sometimes, however, such as when wind comes off of a mountain or a hill, relatively strong vertical oscillations take place as the air stabilizes...

  • X-sail Ltd

    a wicked lenticular cloud over New Zealand, marking where the air is lifting like a massive wave - get on the front of the wave with a glider and travel for hundreds of miles

  • Victoria Montanez

    Bizarre Natural Phenomena Nacreous Cloud

  • Judy Cahoun Bresch

    I fell off my pink cloud with a thud. Elizabeth Taylor

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