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    rainbow, lightning...only God can do that! Makes me think of Zack :)

    Exactly why you should not stand under a tree in the rain. Wow - the lightning strike follows all the way along the roots... we've had a lot of lightning here in Houston the past two weeks. Glad I wasn't hanging out under that tree at the bus stop.

    "I have set my rainbow in the clouds, and it will be the sign of the covenant between me and the earth." Genesis 9: 13Even in the wake of destruction, God is still there!

    Famous photographer and storm chaser Ryan McGinnis captured these stunning pictures of an arcus cloud that rolled just north of Kearney, Nebraska, on August 7th. This sweet storm’s amazing appearance is the result of great storm structure and perfect lighting, with the sun going down behind the storm and illuminating the cloud with an orange glow.

    God's symbol of his promise, the Rainbow in Rhode Island

    To enjoy it even more, take a Paris by night tour which will bring you to the Eifel Tower exactly at the time that the lights sprinkle. You will think that you are so lucky to see it and you will be!!

    God's creation

    Rainbow

    Lightning strike

    wow

    Only God Could Make A Rainbow Like This!! ♥

    Wow, I love God! This man patiently waits and takes pictures of storms breaking. He comes up with someone amazing pictures. I feel like this is proof God exists.

    Tornado sucks up a rainbow

    night lightning

    "Somewhere over the rainbow, way up high/There's a land that I've heard of once in a lullaby/Somewhere over the rainbow, skies are blue/And the dreams you dare to dream/Really do come true." Judy Garland

    Super Cell Storm, Montana photo via stvd, labeled Nov.23, 2013 (idk if this happnd tht day, or was just posted then. *WOW! FASCINATING ...NATURE'S WRATH, JG

    Stunning.

    Rainbow and lightning bolt!

    The Ice Crystal Rainbow ~ Iridescent Cloud, Pacheco

    Close-range image of a landspout tornado captured by Jim Reed, professional storm chaser, in western Kansas on May 8, 2008.