Thundercloud Over the Catalina Mountains

I took this picture from my back porch in Tucson, AZ.  A classic anvil shape T-storm over the Catalina Mountains in Tucson (March 11. 2005).

Photo Credit: Jonathan DuHamel

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Cool, still morning at the Margerie Glacier

This picture was taken on 8.23.2016 at the north end of Glacier Bay, Alaska as we approached the glacier by ship.  The bay had been very foggy as we entered, and the clouds gradually lifted, and all that remained were wisps of mists, as seen here.  Previously calved ice can be seen in the quiet foreground waters.

Photo Credit: Steven Fraser

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Sundown at Arches National Park

Arches National Park – Panorama Point – October 2008
– sunset is coming, and we see this squall right then. That’s rain coming down there. Cool, right?
– By the way… it looks much better, sharper on my pc, because I used a 5M pixel camera to take it. The facebook version of the photo doesn’t do it justice.

Photo credit: Michael Lomsky

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CHICAGO REFLECTED IN LAKE MICHIGAN FROM AN AIRPLANE

“I was flying home to Chicago from a business trip recently. It was a cloudy day, late in the afternoon. We were flying eastbound, made a pass by O’Hare International Airport, then made a sweeping 180-degree left turn over Lake Michigan for our final westward approach into the airport. I looked down and through a narrow break in the clouds, I saw the shadow of the Chicago skyline projecting onto the lake. Oddly enough, I am a very frequent flyer and almost always sit in an aisle seat, but on this flight there were only window seats available.”

Photo Credit: Mark Hersch

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