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Snow wheels - a strange phenomenon of weather

“Nature has its own way of rolling snowballs: snow donuts. These rare shapes are formed—under perfect temperature conditions only—when a mass of snow either falls or is blown by the wind.

Miss Agnes Schmidt "Rubber-Skinned Girl" or "Elephant Girl," had skin at the top of her legs that was over a foot long, so it stretched far off her body. During the 1930s she performed with the sideshow Ripley's Believe It or Not. She was never married.

Agnes Schmidt

Miss Agnes Schmidt, AKA "Rubber-Skinned Girl" or "Elephant Girl," had skin at the top of her legs that was over a foot long, so it stretched far off her body. During the she performed with the sideshow Ripley's Believe It or Not.

Sand after being hit by lightning

This is what sand looks like when it’s been hit by lightning. Called a fulgurite, this is made up of natural hollow glass tubes formed in quartzose sand, silica, or soil by lightning strikes (at

Ice Circles, A Natural Geometric Wonder

Ice Circles, A Natural Geometric Wonder

Ice circles or ice pans are thin and disc shaped pieces of ice that slowly rotate in the water. There formation is quiet rare that occurs in slow moving water in cold climates like that of Scandinavia, North America, England and Wales.

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The Green Flash pic taken by my uncle Capt Scott Moore 2016

Stratocumulus (Morning Glory) clouds off the coast of Hokkaido, Japan.

According to the Sapporo Meteorological Observatory, these low-altitude stratocumulus clouds were rolled into long, distinctive ribbons after becoming trapped in air currents. And I thought they were row-cropping clouds in heaven!

Those clouds look like mountains... Ain't no mountains in Dallas!

Those clouds look like mountains... Ain't no mountains in Dallas!

The phenomenon, called a Sundog, happens when ice crystals appear in clouds and refract the sun's rays. Taken in Heyworth, Illinois, US.

Cloud Art or Nature's Cloud Symphonies: this multi-coloured cloud phenomenon is called Sundog: rainbow cloud when ice crystals appear in clouds & refract sun's rays. Photographer Robert Arn, here in Heyworth, Illinois, US

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