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Tormenta en puerta...

Tormenta en puerta...

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'Ship wrecking storms and direful thunders break' This photo shows a storm which will help me remember this quote. This quote is setting the dark and violent scene.

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Lightening strikes a Tree. This is the reason that we shouldn't stand under trees in a thunderstorm!


An awesome cloud formation. ~ Spectacular lightning storm & purple cloud formation at Lewis Smith Lake near Jasper, Alabama

Night sky unlike any other

Bolts in the Backwaters Tampa Bay - Photography by Galen Burow. Thunder, lightning, water, clouds, beauty of Nature

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Hurricane Hermine generated a massive "water spout" at Avalon Pier in Outer Banks, North Carolina!

Rexsy Advexsys - Google+  This is soo awesome!

An erupting volcano along with thunder and lightning. God is so awesome you guys. Just gah its beautiful.

Ararat, Turkije. https://www.hotelkamerveiling.nl

"Amazing photo of Mount Ararat, Turkey". except, Mount Ararat has been dormant for at least years Millenium, B. This is a photo manipulation by Sako Tchilingirian. The ash cloud is from a Chilean volcano.

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The NASA has just published an article on the research of lightning density on earth and as expected, Lake Maracaibo has won the title with a density of more than and storms at about 300 days per year.