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The winter is coming. ...And it doesn't look very happy.





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Stagnone - Sicilia - Italia


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Isole dello Stagnone - Sicilia - Italia

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Here's another one from the archives; July 13th, 2010. Caught this supercell in North Dakota after leaving Omaha just before noon. Not even sure how we made it, but I'm glad we did! =D The storm looked like crap on radar, and its updraft was completely sheared over, but from our vantage point it looked like a classic supercell. A few striations and a road that leads to them. That's all I need to keep me happy ;)

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Here's an earlier shot from the July 13th, 2010 Enderlin, ND supercell. At this stage, it was trying to re-organize its inflow after going through a weaker cycle. We timed our driving just about right, always on the move during the weaker stages and stopping to shoot when it started to look good again :nod: Despite its menacing appearance, this storm had a really weak updraft :o It was sheared over (tilting), but it still managed to retain this great structure :)

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Sometimes the best part of a storm is its backside. Even if the system is largely disorganized (which can often be the case), there may be a mammatus display like this trailing behind. :nod: There's always something special about the light behind a thunderstorm. So tumultuous, yet so soft and beautiful :)


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Of course I wasn't the only one with my camera out as the sun was setting over the ocean at Waikiki beach, HI but I like to think I got "the perfect shot". Coming from Western Australia, home of beautiful beaches, I think I'm qualified to say this is the most amazing beach I've ever been to. I skipped a bunch of sightseeing just to spend a day lazing on its shore.
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This photo was taken at the Coffs Harbour Butterfly House. This butterfly was laying eggs on its host plant so I took some sneaky photos without scaring her.
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St Michaels Mount
Canon EOS 650D HDR 3 images



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Canon EOS 650D



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I have just made myself a facebook page [link] if anyone can give me a 'like' it would be much appreciated :D :D

For HDR shots catching breaking waves means timing......evertime i tried to get this shot, just as i saw the big waves coming in and got ready to shoot them, the dog ran up to me and stuck her face right in the camera.....needless to say i have lots of blurry Pixie close ups and only one shot of the rollers :D:D:D
Gwithian, Cornwall, UK

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Early August has been good, the second storm of the day, this time, instead of numerous Cloud to Ground, we had dozens of Cloud to Cloud strikes lighting up the sky.
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Nearly on the top of the Hochgrat mountain, last Sunday.
Allgäu, southern Bavaria, Germany.

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used camera: Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS10
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From a trip about one month ago with ~da-phil in the German Allgäu Alps, we walked the "Heilbronner Weg", which is one of the best known hiking trails in the Alps. Here you can see the "Rappensee" lake with the Rappensee hut to the right, in the background you can see the mountains of the Austrian Kleinwalsertal.
~da-phil also uploaded a quite similar version (non-panoramic) of this spot some weeks ago.

Older ones from the Allgaeu Alps series:





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-25°C and a strong east wind makes you feel like you´re somewhere in Antarctica.

I was on top of the mountain around one minute, even with having walked all the way up on my skis, but it was just too cold to stay there for a longer time.

It was a bit hazy on that day, but I guess that was because of the snowstorms and the extremely cold atmosphere.
Gosh, I´m already freezing again if I´m just looking at the picture :P


Viewpoint: "Siplingerkopf" mountain (1,746 m) in the Allgäu Alps, southern Bavaria, Germany.
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Taken while walking Seacliff Beach in Rio Del Mar, south of Santa Cruz.
ISO 100; 28mm; f/25 @ 15 seconds
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18mm
f/22 @ 1.6 sec.
ISO 100

Sea Cliff Beach, Aptos, California;
Before I moved, this used to be my evening walk a few times every week. Now I'm lucky if I do it once a month.
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Quoting; No resident of Pebble Beach in Monterey is more iconic than the "Lone Cypress,"
a 250-year-old Cupressus macrocarpa perched atop a rock along the famous 17-Mile Drive scenic road.

The first reported reference of the tree is by R. Fitch, who wrote on January 19, 1889, "Rounding a short curve on the beach, we approach Cypress Point, the boldest headland on the peninsula of Monterey. Down almost to the water grows the cypress, and on the extreme point a solitary tree has sunk its roots in the crevices of the wave-washed rock, and defies the battle of the elements that rage about it during the storms of winter."

40mm; f/4.2 @ 1/250; ISO 100
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Unique mammatus storm clouds over western Oklahoma.

These clouds and some 1 and 1/4 inch hail was about all we got on this day of chasing since we were trying to stay farther south to get to the eclipse on the 20th.

May 19, 2012.
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Rope tornado south of Hays, Kansas. The weather models on the morning of May 25 were a great surprise and we rushed out to Kansas quite unexpectedly. This tornado was the first one I've ever been a little concerned about being too close to, it was moving quite a bit and at one point heading right for us. It roped out shortly after.
Summary: appeared, tried to kills us, gone. That didn't leave near enough time for photos in my book!

I was really taken by the colors and saturation from the rain in this scene. What I found really interesting later is the scene was very black and white from the other side, the photos from the south looked just like my April 14 twister: [link]
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A peaceful, deserted beach somewhere in the indian Ocean.
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Turner Sunset over Darwin Harbour
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