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Lightning Picture -- Indonesia Photo -- National Geographic Photo of the Day

Bridges National Monument.  I can't believe I live so close and have never been.  @Timothy Connor, we must change that.

Natural Bridge Under Night Sky Stars: A starry night gleams above Owachomo Bridge in Utah's Natural Bridges National Monument—named the first Dark Sky Park by t

2013 Second Place Winner: Thunderstorm at False Kiva: I hiked out to these ruins at night hoping to photograph them with the Milky Way, but instead a thunderstorm rolled through, creating this dramatic image. —Photo and caption by Max Seigal

The Physics of the Plasma Universe by Anthony Peratt describes magma as a plasma, a medium containing moving charges. So we should expect volcanoes not only to exhibit electrical behavior but to have that behavior connected with the larger plasma environment, that is, to be elements in a larger electrical circuit.

Lightning

The Physics of the Plasma Universe by Anthony Peratt describes magma as a plasma, a medium containing moving charges. So we should expect volcanoes not only to exhibit electrical behavior but to have that behavior connected with the larger plasma environm

© chicheri, girls, kids, children, friendship, love, togetherness, beauty, photo b/w.

© chicheri, girls, kids, children, friendship, love, togetherness, beauty, photo b/w.

Rogue Weather

Wall of Clouds Photo by Catie Prechtel -- National Geographic Your Shot - pyrocumulonimbus clouds

The stars of the Milky Way make a dazzling backdrop for Sand Dunes Mountain at Arches National Park in Utah in this spectacular photo by accomplished astrophotographer Manish Mamtani. - See more at: http://www.space.com/34-image-day.html#sthash.syHriibX.dpuf

Overarching Splendor—The Milky Way blazes a spectacular trail of color over Sand Dune Arch in Utah’s Arches National Park. Photo by Manish Mamtani, NatGeo Your Shot

After the Snowfall. Veronika captured this shot the day after an all-day snowfall. "The Grand Canyon is always awe-inspiring, but with all this light and shadow, with the misty clouds, and with the snow cover on the top of the cliffs looking like powered sugar on some cakes, it was just beyond my imagination." Photograph: Veronika Pekkerne Toth     Source: National Geographic Social Address Book: http://xeeme.com/SubratoPaul

Snowy Grand Canyon, His Majesty Photo by Veronika Pekkerne Toth — National Geographic Your Shot

I THINK WHALES ARE THE MOST AMAZING CREATURES IN THE WORLD. I WANT TO ACTUALLY SEE ONE SO BAD! BUT WOULDN'T MAKE YOU WANT TO..

Putting the Size of a Whale in Perspective! Roughly the size of a basketball court, the blue whale is the largest mammal known to have ever existed. Little did this kite surfer know the creature swimming just beneath him!

Azure Lake in the Yukon

Backcountry Blue: Photograph by Paul Nicklen, National Geographic Canada's Yukon backcountry hides sublime surprises, such as Azure Lake in the rugged Ogilvie Mountains. Glacial meltwater laden with fine sediment lends the lake its namesake color.

Groenlandia

Remote East Greenland village of Isortoq -- Photograph by Matthieu Paley, National Geographic Photo of the Day "On The Rocks"

The Golden Sword - Adventure Time  I need this!

Adventure Time Sword Series by Harshness. now this is the sword that finn uses so its finn's haha L.

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