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I've been a witness to something really beautiful and powerful
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Baia Santa Margherita - Sicilia - Italia

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SupercellCountry.com
Canon Digital Rebel XSi
50mm f/1.4

Taken while we were driving home from our 4th of July weekend trip to Kansas. We knew we'd be running into some rain once we saw these clouds. It was the last few moments of sun we had until we made it all the way back to Omaha =D It's titled "crunchy convection" because the clouds were so crisp :P

Please tell me what you think! :dance:
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Amazing Sky on the Welsh Boarder. Shot with Nikon D3X and 24-70mm lens, processed with Photoshop CS4.
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:icondonotuseplz::iconmyartplz: Greg Gibbs. You may not use, replicate, manipulate, or modify this image without my permission. All Rights Reserved.


Got up at about 2:30am to see what the weather was like. About a minute later I was in the car. Chased this storm for over 200km. This is the best from that night. :-)
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SupercellCountry.com
Canon Digital Rebel XSi
Tamron 10-24mm
HDR

There's the fantastic vehicle that we chase storms in, Chris' new jeep. It's taken a beating (a few large hail stones, extreme wind, etc) but it has served us well. In this shot, you can see how sloped over the updraft of this supercell was. On one side, dark clouds, but on the other, sun rays! If the updraft had been more vertical, it would have blocked the sun and those rays wouldn't have occurred. Although it didn't produce a tornado, it was still an intriguing storm to watch.

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Snow by Patrik Effect Photography
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A picture taken in Iceland of the Sun setting behind some thick clouds.
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Thought I'd include this one as just to the left of the brightest fork you can see a small orange glow that was a fire started by a previous strike.
Little Grove has it's own volunteer fire department and they were on it within about 20 minutes.
Just a couple of weeks ago there was a big fire that went through 750 hectares of bush out that way.
No people or property were hurt but when the bush is dry at the end of summer a lot of animals suffer so it was very sad.
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