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  • DianaDee Osborne Songs / Osborne "INK"

    Orange puffy mammatous clouds at sunset fill the sky, photographed by professional photographer and storm chaser Mike Hollingshead. -DdO:) - http://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/sky-lights/ - Tornado and thunderstorm activity are exciting... but so is the MUSEUM ART composition of Creation, Nature, that shows sky lights.

  • Gemma Bluff

    Intense mammatus form over eastern Nebraska August 21, 2007 behind a line of storms | MOTHER NATURE at PLAY :)

  • Simply Kelly

    Intense mammatus form over eastern Nebraska August 21, 2007 behind a line of storms. It was Nebraska that I saw the most beautiful sunset. I'll never forget it.

  • Ashley Sager

    That mistery places that you want to know...Intense mammatus form over eastern Nebraska August 21, 2007 behind a line of storms.

  • SHUTTERbitten

    beautiful gold mammatus clouds at sunset

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