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4 Waterspouts in one photo! awe-inspiring

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Stunning scene of FOUR waterspouts off Greece coast is captured in awe-inspiring photographs

* Italian Roberto Giudici captured images while sailing off Greek island

* Taken in 1999 but have only been unveiled after appearing on NASA website

*Seeing one waterspout is considered to be once-in-a-lifetime event

Seeing just one waterspout is thought by many to be a once-in-a-lifetime event, but one lucky boat passenger managed to capture four in these amazing pictures.

Italian Roberto Giudici managed to take the pictures while sailing off the Greek Island of Orthoni, in the Ionian Sea, when a huge storm blew up over night.

The morning light then revealed this stunning scene of the four waterspouts, which develop in a similar way to tornadoes but are usually far weaker.

http://www.dailymail...hotographs.html

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there was a similar story to this a few years ago, where the same thing happened off the coast of britain.

i remember seeing the photo on the front page of a newspaper.....

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(dives off into the outernet to see what can be found.....)

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nope, can't find it.., or rather google can't.

it was in black & white if i remember rightly, and nowhere near as impressive as the OP, but still a rarity around these parts!

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