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Mount St. Helens eruption. May 18th, 1980

Eruption: May 1980 Mount St Helens, Washington. Such a beautiful place though

Pyroclastic Cloud from the Mount Pinatubo Eruption ... these clouds move at up to 100mph!  "Pedal-to-the-Metal" required!

Sand storm<----seen this before on tv but its not a sandstorm, thats a pyroclastic cloud from a volcano

Nagasaki 1945. War whats the point .. Foto icónica de nuestra barbarie como especie.

historicaltimes: “The ruins of Urakami Cathedral, located 2 miles from the atomic blast over Nagasaki, photographed September 1945 ”

Depression era

Venus Barnett and son Lincoln in room of their farmhouse, Oklahoma, Alfred Eisenstaedt—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images

January 1986 - Nasa Challenger Disaster Long-Forgotten Photographs Reveal Challenger Disaster As It Happened.

Volcano

The eruption at Eyjafjallajökull in South Iceland started at the night of April This is just to remind us of the power of nature.

Sinabung

Mount Sinabung spews pyroclastic smoke as seen from Tigapancur village in Karo district on November 2013 in Medan, Sumatra, Indonesia. Up to residents have been evacuated from five villages in North Sumatra due to the volcanic eruptions of Mount Sinabung.

The eruption of the Puyehue volcano in the Andes mountains of southern Chile.

She faltered, surveying the tearful faces of her would be victims. "But what does it mean to be queen? To rule through fear, using cruelty and malice as primary tools," she turned to face him.

Lava bombs and Falls » DDN視覚野

Lava bombs during an eruption of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano, Iceland, photograph by Fredrik Holm.

cirro-cumulo stratus clouds | Ice crystals in the clouds by tamera

The stunning image is of a rainbow cloud, captured above Mt Everest by Oleg Bartunov whilst on an expedition in the Himalayas, Nepal. The amazing rainbow effect is created when tiny ice crystals in the water vapour of the clouds reflect the sunlight.

The mushroom cloud, photographed approximately 1.6 miles from ground zero,  Hiroshima, August 6th, 1945 by Yoshito Matsushige

"Little Boy" was the codename for the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima on August 1945 by the Boeing Superfortress Enola Gay. It was the first atomic bomb to be used as a weapon. *Photo by Yoshito Matsushige from miles away.

cool There was a loud bang. The earth shook. Power lines fell onto the road. Trees to...

There was a loud bang. The earth shook. Power lines fell onto the road. Trees to

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