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mpdrolet: Lenticular cloud over Mount Shasta at sunset from Lake Shastina, October, 2010 Mark Stensaas

Frederick Ardley

Frederick Ardley

ecocides:    Above the clouds | image by the air in the branches

Face of the skies preside over our wonder. Fluorescent truant of heaven draw us under.

Nepal, Everest region, view from Tengboche to Ama Dablam

Ama Dablam in the fullmoon light. Nepal, Everest region, view from Tengboche m) to Ama Dablam m) by Anton Jankovoy on

Fiery sunset

Kauai Dreaming ~by Peter Lik Fine Art Photography Sunset in one of my favorite places

cerro torre, patagonia. credit: jakobradlgruber/flickr. looks like a painting!

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Cerro Torre, Southern Patagonian Ice Field, west of Cerro Chalten, South America (between Argentina and Chile)



The Vortex, by Ben H. via Flickr.

Vortex Aurora, Alaska Photographer's note: Taken about 150 miles north of the arctic circle, during a geomagnetic storm.

Ice crystal effect in the sky.

A halo develops when light enters one side of a columnar ice crystal and exits through another side. The light is refracted when it enters the ice crystal and once again when it leaves the ice crystal.