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Brillante luna

Brillante luna

Aurora Borealis, the colored lights seen in the skies around the North Pole, the Northern Lights, from Bear Lake, Alaska by Beverly & Pack, via Flickr

Best Places to See the Northern Lights

Amazing Places you Should Visit in Your Life, Part 2 - Aurora Borealis, Bear Lake, Alaska. - on my list!

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Strange twirl clouds in the sky above Grytviken South Georgia island at the cold edge of Southern Atlantic Ocean Image Credit : Masumi Tashiro by eProductSales

Sailing Stones in Death Valley. Part of 30 Natural Phenomena You Won’t Believe Actually Exist Buzzfeed

30 Natural Phenomena You Won’t Believe Actually Exist

30 Natural Phenomena You Won’t Believe Actually Exist - Sailing stones in Death Valley, USA: a geological phenomenon where rocks move and inscribe long tracks along a smooth valley floor without human or animal intervention.

[Mount Ararat Eruption, Turkey] Mount Ararat is a snow-capped and dormant compound volcano in the eastern extremity of Turkey. It consists of two major volcanic cones: Greater Ararat, the highest peak in Turkey and the Armenian plateau

Late Night Randomness (28 Photos)

Eruption in Mount Ararat (Turkey, Armenia) is among the few wonders that are disastrous yet beautiful.

Beautiful and destructive just like me ;)

The awesome power of this tornado, just south of Parker Colorado, is evident by the amount of earth being consumed in its vortex. Despite this power, Mother Nature was just putting on a spectacular show; only a single tree was damaged. By Zachary Caron

The light pillar looks like a thin column that extends vertically above the source of light. They have been known to produce false UFO reports. | 30 Natural Phenomena You Won’t Believe Actually Exist

Sunset with prominent sun pillar in the Saguaro National Park near Tucson, Arizona - Light pillar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Photo by Terry Boswell on Facebook. 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!

This is a rare meteorological phenomenon called a ‘SKY PUNCH’. 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 cloudcover.

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