• bob

    #13 holy frakkin hellstorm!!!

  • FunKiller

    #13 Yea, fuck that place!

    • InkyBlack

      They did not all strike at once, the stutter is held open for several seconds (more if there's no other light).
      A very good picture though, I'd be very proud if I'd taken it.

  • xuocram

    #17 is not natural at all, those are chem trails, its called cloud seeding. look it up, learn it, fight it

    • Rudy

      Not at all. These are the Moring Glory clouds.

    • heywood jablome

      the whole internet is at your fingertips and you are so jacked up against monsanto or what ever boogie man your programmers have scared you with you can't even be bothered to do basic, critical research? Please do us all a favor and stay home on Nov 6th this year, ok?

  • Alex

    #6 is awesome, anyone know how it's called and where it is ?

  • boob_cuddle

    Crazy awesome. #1 #20

  • Gallus

    #11 – Been there, done that. And, yes!, it was a mother!

  • OK Chiver

    oh shit, don't #$%^ with mother nature

  • blairb2smooth

    #17 is man made….thanks gov't

    • Ryan

      Govt? Do your research. Or, here, let me do it for you.

      What causes these long, strange clouds? No one is sure. A rare type of cloud known as a Morning Glory cloud can stretch 1,000 kilometers long and occur at altitudes up to two kilometers high. Although similar roll clouds have been seen at specific places across the world, the ones over Burketown, Queensland Australia occur predictably every spring. Long, horizontal, circulating tubes of air might form when flowing, moist, cooling air encounters an inversion layer, an atmospheric layer where air temperature atypically increases with height. These tubes and surrounding air could cause dangerous turbulence for airplanes when clear. Morning Glory clouds can reportedly achieve an airspeed of 60 kilometers per hour over a surface with little discernible wind. Pictured above, photographer Mick Petroff photographed some Morning Glory clouds from his airplane near the Gulf of Carpentaria, Australia.

  • Retired Navy

    Seen some scary shit at sea during 25 years in the Navy. This would have had me wishing to be on a submarine.

  • James

    Dude, nature eyegasms, best wallpapers I've ever seen!

  • The Dude


    • Bubba

      Spot on!

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    Next time i think a small problem im going through matters.. ill just come back to this so i can remember how small we are.

  • US and A

    great post

  • dus

    I dont care if #15 is a little photoshopped or not I just want to know what island that is, or the name of the person who took it. Can somebody help?

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  • AK sea cowboy

    #19 looks like Augustine island in Alaska. Where is # 6 at?

  • AK sea cowboy

    #19 looks like Augustine island here in Alaska. Where is # 6 at?

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  • Jay

    #6 photo- Can anyone identify where the photo came from or what they are called?

  • David

    I LOVE tornadoes!
    Beautiful and scary as hell at the same time.

    Had one hop over the top of my house a few years back. Scared the piss out of me!
    Dump a load of building materials all down our street.
    Luckily, nobody died in that one. Tore the hell out of downtown though.

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