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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.

Have a positive evening! /Позитивного вам вечера, дорогие!

Happy rainbow with birds.amazing, it looks like the moon! Looks like a big smiley face to me.

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Funny pictures about Frozen Wave in Antarctica. Oh, and cool pics about Frozen Wave in Antarctica. Also, Frozen Wave in Antarctica.

This is what happens when lightning strikes sand. | "How amazing! From a distance, it looks as though there are people sitting on a log!" -LJ

Fulgurite - Sand hit by lightning. This picture is not Fulgurite by the way.This is a stick with wet sand on it.Fulgurite is usually found in the ground where lightning has struck and is usually very small glass tubules.

Horses, running with the gods

stallion in the sky, wow hmmm, jesus comes back riding a white horse, maybe this is a sign to wake people up? is that a invisible rider on that horse, you can see an out line image WOW MAN

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

Hoar frost

Frozen Spiderweb

Funny pictures about Frozen spiderweb. Oh, and cool pics about Frozen spiderweb. Also, Frozen spiderweb photos.

Real(Mislabeled) - Pinned as "Underwater Tornado" - This is surf photographer Clark Little's picture of the inside of a wave as it breaks..... Lying on the ocean floor in Oahu, Hawaii, Clark Little points his camera upward and captures an unusual perspective of a wave as it rolls over him, creating tornado-like spirals... (This is not the image of a boat propeller passing although similar.)

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Lying on the ocean floor in Oahu, Hawaii, Clark Little points his camera upward and captures an unusual perspective of a wave as it rolls over him, creating tornado-like spirals. Picture: CLARK LITTLE Amazing!

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