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Nature doesn't have to be pretty to be fascinating.           ☁️☁️☁️                                  ⚡️⚡️

Nature doesn't have to be pretty to be fascinating. ☁️☁️☁️ ⚡️⚡️

Nature's Whip! - Guana Island Lightning by Bashaar Tarabav

Nature's Whip! - Guana Island Lightning by Bashaar Tarabav

storm - Hledat Googlem

storm - Hledat Googlem

storm - Hledat Googlem

storm - Hledat Googlem

storm - Hledat Googlem

storm - Hledat Googlem


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Naar het einde toe wil ik dat het stuk eindigt met één bliksemschicht. Deze laat nog een laatste keer het licht zien en zo eindigt het stuk.

Naar het einde toe wil ik dat het stuk eindigt met één bliksemschicht. Deze laat nog een laatste keer het licht zien en zo eindigt het stuk.

70 Lightning Strikes in One Shot - Photograph by CHRIS KOTSIOPOULOS     Photographer’s Description: Fire in the sky! This is an image sequence containing 70 lightning shots, taken at Ikaria island during a severe thunderstorm.

70 Lightning Strikes in One Shot - Photograph by CHRIS KOTSIOPOULOS Photographer’s Description: Fire in the sky! This is an image sequence containing 70 lightning shots, taken at Ikaria island during a severe thunderstorm.

The Fully Charged Power of Nature

The Fully Charged Power of Nature

This was taken during a storm in Kansas. What an incredible sight.

This was taken during a storm in Kansas. What an incredible sight.

Arthur's Stormy Steps Park Edinburgh, Scotland

Arthur's Stormy Steps Park Edinburgh, Scotland

Thunder & lightning, storm clouds

Thunder & lightning, storm clouds

FLOWER POWER

FLOWER POWER

Storm (storm at sea)

Storm (storm at sea)

This is a rare meteorological phenomenon called a skypunch. When people see these, they think it's the end of the world. Ice crystals form above the high-altitude cirro-cumulo-stratus clouds, then fall downward, punching a hole in the cloud cover. Freakishly weird!  
By Terry Boswell (Joshua Tree Earth & Space Museum)

This is a rare meteorological phenomenon called a skypunch. When people see these, they think it's the end of the world. Ice crystals form above the high-altitude cirro-cumulo-stratus clouds, then fall downward, punching a hole in the cloud cover. Freakishly weird! By Terry Boswell (Joshua Tree Earth & Space Museum)

Tornado in the Making. By The Kav. "I climbed up on my roof-top to get this shot of a swirling cloud attempting to become a tornado. This was at its peak strength in this series of shots...eventually it moved off to the left leaving in its wake some rain and something to talk about the next day! It was an amazing sight in this area which seldom ever sees Tornado's." http://www.flickr.com/photos/the_kav/5951875353

Tornado in the Making. By The Kav. "I climbed up on my roof-top to get this shot of a swirling cloud attempting to become a tornado. This was at its peak strength in this series of shots...eventually it moved off to the left leaving in its wake some rain and something to talk about the next day! It was an amazing sight in this area which seldom ever sees Tornado's." http://www.flickr.com/photos/the_kav/5951875353

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