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    36 Jaw-Dropping Nature Photos

    • DJ Pettitt

      The Arcus Cloud. Produced on the leading edge of a severe thunderstorm's strongest outgoing winds, also known as shelf or roll clouds. (Photo by Ryan Mcginnis)

    • Kit Barrett

      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 ...

    • Barbara Baptist

      Storm cloud in Nebraska. Breath taking and very, very scary. (credit - The Milky Way Scientists)

    • Dianne Bennett

      Amazing photo of a storm cloud. Wow Candy,, this is incredible. Looks like a huge dome.

    • Jessica Sedevie

      Awesome Arcus Storm Cloud in Nebraska by Ryan McGinnis (Picture Gallery)

    • Cheryl-Ann Williams Combs

      Beautiful arcus storm cloud above Nebraska. [Photo by Ryan McGinnis]

    • Tasha McKinley

      The storm chase photography of Ryan McGinnis

    • lightspectrum

      #cloud #weather #sky #amazing

    • Biotivia Bioceuticals

      Don't mess with Mother Nature

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    Super Storm: These incredible pictures were taken during a storm in Nebraska