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  • Carol Briseno

    Clouds - National Geographic

  • Becky Bettge McKnight

    God in all his glory

  • Suswati Basu

    This is a photo of a “Mackerel Sky” taken at sunset in Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England. The name describes a sky that is covered with cirrocumulus or altocumulus clouds arranged in somewhat regular waves and showing blue sky in the gaps –seemingly this resembles the markings of a king mackerel! Photograph by John Leslie/Alamy

  • Jeremiah Cook

    Mackerel sky, Lincolnshire, England, by National Geographic #art #photography #nature

  • Jacky Westland

    sunset scene in Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England

  • Josefine Query

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  • My Self

    Since long before the advent of supersonic flight, immense booms have been heard emerging from clear skies. No explanation has been found for these so-called sky quakes. There is no sign of lightning (which can travel long distances – even in clear skies) and no other human explanation for why the sky suddenly booms at the earth.

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