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Tornado and Lightning Puyehue Chile. # mais # Amazing # Terra Tornado and Lightning Puyehue Chile.

Victor Gensini, professor of meteorology at the College of DuPage leading a 10-day instructional storm chasing trip, pulled over in Norfolk, Colorado Tuesday not to photograph a tornado, but one of the most gorgeous rainbow scenes I’ve ever seen.

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Victor Gensini, professor of meteorology at the College of DuPage leading a instructional storm chasing trip, pulled over in Norfolk, Colorado Tuesday not to photograph a tornado, but one of the most gorgeous rainbow scenes I’ve ever seen.

A Once In A Lifetime Shot

A Once In A Lifetime Shot

Funny pictures about These 35 Pictures Were Taken At The Right Moment. Oh, and cool pics about These 35 Pictures Were Taken At The Right Moment. Also, These 35 Pictures Were Taken At The Right Moment photos.

Fluffy white ones always call me to lay down and enjoy the pictures.

"Clouds - variations of white. This is why I'll fight anyone for the window seat on a flight. window seats are the best

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I dreamt I was trying to explain the beauty of grey clouds and light in the sky but only the one I love understood it, and added to my description with his own, which showed an understanding and a connection that made my heart want to burst!

Picture of the Day: The Shelf Cloud

Picture of the Day: The Shelf Cloud

An amazing photo of a large shelf cloud off the coast of Montevideo, Uruguay. A shelf cloud is a low, horizontal, wedge-shaped Arcus cloud.

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a rare meteorological phenomenon called a sky punch hole - ice crystals form above the high-altitude cirro-cumulo-stratus clouds, then fall downward punching a hole in the cloud cover

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This was originally titled a "tornado." However, this is a photo of the space shuttle launch in Cape Canaveral.

Let There Be Light by Sorin Petculescu on 500px

My favorite :) I always thought they were slides from heaven to earth when I was a kid.when my brother passed away, I would see the sun rays and think that he was shining his light on to me from heaven.pinned my Our Zakarya

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