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  • Rocío López

    The Blue Eye by Camille Seaman 2008 | mother nature | sky | clouds

  • Donna Hoekzema

    Large storm formation, the green color in the clouds usually indicates hail as its refracted by light

  • HEY, Writers!

    Gathering storm - Writing inspiration #scenes #setting #nanowrimo #oyan

  • Meg Jones

    Gathering storm clouds. Storms are so beautiful! I love rain, lightning and thunderstorms

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