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The Seven Most Stunning Cloud Formations

One of the rarest weather phenomena, Mammatus Clouds. Photo taken by John C. Olsen in Hastings, NE.So awesome

Camille Seaman and 'The Big Cloud' - The New York Times. Nebraska.

Chasing Danger, Capturing Beauty

Epic supercell thunderstorm clouds in Kansas from photographer Camille Seaman. - I see this and think, God help that farmer! Silos right underneath that thing! Check out the website to see

Beautiful but extremely scary. Looks awesome as a pic but wouldn't want to be anywhere near it to see in person

Volcano Erupting in Chile. Pretty much the coolest thing I've ever seen. What's in the middle of it Volcano erupt in Chile night lightning

Sand after being hit by lightning

This is what sand looks like when it’s been hit by lightning. Called a fulgurite, this is made up of natural hollow glass tubes formed in quartzose sand, silica, or soil by lightning strikes (at

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Storms rolling in.love to see and smell the storm as it rolls in. Summer storms can be violent, but yet so cool .

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Asperatus new class of clouds in New Zealand

An "asperatus" cloud rolls over New Zealand's South Island in an undated picture. This apparently new class of clouds is still a mystery. Photograph courtesy Merrick DaviesExperts suspect asperatus clouds' choppy undersides may be due to strong winds

March 13, 2013 - This cloud appeared over Royal Palm Beach, Florida moments after the announcement of the new Pope Francis of the Catholic Church. (We've also seen at least 2 horrific clouds coming out of the destruction on 9/11. Clouds are all over.)

March 2013 - This cloud appeared over Royal Palm Beach, Florida moments after the announcement of the new Pope Francis of the Catholic Church. (We've also seen at least 2 horrific clouds coming out of the destruction on Clouds are all over.

Lightening

Lightning illuminates a cumulonimbus cloud over Corio Bay, Victoria, Australia. --- I've spent a lot of time in Corio Bay. Saw a storm there once, not as impressive as this one though.

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