probably one of the most impressive sunsets I’ve seen with my own eyes. I wish I could have gotten a time lapse of it, it actually ended in a deep purple color. It was just beautiful
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Thank you! It was definitely the most beautiful sky I had ever seen IRL, and I was extremely glad I had my camera with me.
Good eye. My guess is that it’s a crevasse on a glacier buried underneath the snow. You can see similar features in some of the other wide valleys (below bottom right corner of engine, also at the edges of the wide valley in front
While we’re definitely traveling A LOT by car (we’ve already put 2,200 miles on this rental Camry, lol…it’s a trooper!), we’re also doing A LOT of hiking as well. Did the narrows yesterday…started early in the morning and followed it up for about 5
Those of you looking for a third bow: Stop looking, it would be behind the camera and pretty much invisible due to it sharing the place with the sun.
The angle which you’re thinking would be looking north, but this is looking south toward Mt. Rainier. In the bottom left is First Hill. Straight ahead is Beacon Hill. To the left of that is Rainier Valley (where Franklin High School is…Mt. Baker area).
Glad someone posted this. This isn’t a unique shape to Tsunamai, it actually has to do with a frequently seen flow instability called a Kelvin-Helmholtz instability which is frequently seen as a shear layer instability. A shear layer the interface region between two flows
The OP’s comments suggest otherwise, but I get the impression OP doesn’t know what he’s talking about as he can’t provide a source other than ‘the internet’
I would’ve put good money on it being a photoshop; that doesn’t look anything like your typical waterspout. But the picture series is hard to argue with.
It doesn’t add to it because it’s in the wrong area of the picture to work with the composition, which is the arrangement of shapes and perspective. Good composition creates an obvious “path” for your eyes to take as you look at everything going
This has been my desktop background for well over a year. Its a great image.
>Explanation: What kind of clouds are these? Although their cause is presently unknown, such unusual atmospheric structures, as menacing as they might seem, do not appear to be harbingers of meteorological doom. Known informally as Undulatus asperatus clouds, they can be stunning in appearance,
It really was a beautiful day after the storm, I was expecting a little more storms though the way the TWC made it out to be. Thank you!
Wow stunning, I hope when I’m next in a plane I see something remotely close to this epic
It’d look good next to the black velvet painting of Elvis. Everyone in the trailer park will be jealous. The colors make it so classy.
This view is one of the myriad reasons I love flying. Even better is when it’s not exactly dark out yet, but as you look up the sky gradually gets blacker and you can see the moon
It looks like the word is upside down :0 Chile has the most beautiful skies ~
The skies. The humidity (HA!) The food, the motorcycling, the horses, the space, the rent, the lack of pollen, the healthy lifestyle, my two houses, the pittbulls, lack of traffic, the insurance rates, lack of stupid politics, the gun laws, not freezing my ass
Haha. Not sure. It’s the town I live in. It’s quite close to Hollyweird so it very well could be.
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“It didn’t look like this when I was growing up.” He set down his beer and leaned back on the rooftop, eyes on the handful of stars filtering through the ambient light of the city. “What, you grow up on a farm or something?”
What a beautiful picture! Nice capture! Makes me want to go kayaking, when it’s warmer… In Soviet Russia, picture takes YOU… *places*.
Really? I’ve been to the area a couple of times, and apart from the odd “Volcano Eruption Evacuation Route” signs here and there, it’s a perfectly lovely area. Besides, there are probably dozens, if not hundreds, of seismologists who study the mountain very closely.
Raja Ampat means “The Four Kings”. [Wikipedia article on the islands](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raja_Ampat_Islands).