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Horrifying images of natures destructiveness

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My favorite one

"Lightning seen amid the lava and ash erupting form the vent of the Eyjafjallajokull volcano in central Iceland, April 18, 2010"

*Snip*

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Posted (edited)

My favorite one

"Lightning seen amid the lava and ash erupting form the vent of the Eyjafjallajokull volcano in central Iceland, April 18, 2010"

*Snip*

Holy....****.... is Sauron forging The One Ring in there?

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Holy....****.... is Saurin forging The One Ring in there?

lol, that or someone is creating Frankenstein

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God, those are beautiful.

I can't explain it, but seeing these, like its soothing.

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The one I like best is - "John McColgan: Elk Bath (also known as Bitterroot Forest Fire), 2000"

So beautiful to look at, and yet so terrifyingly destructive.

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The one I like best is - "John McColgan: Elk Bath (also known as Bitterroot Forest Fire), 2000"

So beautiful to look at, and yet so terrifyingly destructive.

I agree, It's surreal.

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Nature is such a wonderful life giving force, but at the same time such a destructive witch. I have been through Hurricane Katrina, as well as ef 5 tornadoes. My words after experiencing both were" That was an awe inspiring experience, but I hope I never get to see it again" .

Mike

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