Underneath a glacier timelapse. Epic mudslide caught on camera by roaming news team. Greenland: A giant glacier piece breaks off and causes a massive wave. AIR. Stunning landscapes timelapse by Dustin Farrell. Tornade. Extreme wind conditions cause this 747 to lift in its place. SKY.
10 Very Rare Cloud Pictures. Showcasing cool pictures of rare clouds caught on camera.
Clouds fill the skies above us and are part of our every day lives but often go unnoticed. However, there are some clouds that are so rare that you will be very lucky to see them in your lifetime. This is a list of the top 10 most rarest cloud formations (in no particular order) that for those lucky enough to see them, were caught on camera. For those of you more interested in clouds, we recommend Cloud Book: How to Understand the Skies 1. These rare clouds, sometimes called mother-of-pearl clouds, are 15 - 25km (9 -16 miles) high in the stratosphere and well above tropospheric clouds. They have iridescent colors but are higher and much rarer than ordinary iridescent clouds. Nacreous clouds shine brightly in high altitude sunlight up to two hours after ground level sunset or before dawn.
Their unbelievably bright iridescent colors and slow movement relative to any lower clouds make them an unmistakable and unforgettable sight. 2. Time Lapse. Around The World Time Lapse « Kien Lam Photography. Title: Time is Nothing by Kien LamOriginal Music: Places and Faces by William Lam [Metaphysika Sounds] Stonehenge, England.
The first stop on my around the world adventure. A friend picked me up straight off a non-stop flight from San Francisco and we headed on the A303 through the English countryside to this prehistoric monument. It’s staggering to think that I was standing in front of something that’s been there for 5000 years. Checking this off my long bucket list felt good, especially since I knew that for the next few months, I’d be traveling around the globe and checking many more things off this little list. Bath, England. London, England. Paris, France. Paris, France. Paris, France. Paris, France. Paris, France. Paris, France. Lagos, Portugal. Lagos, Portugal. Telluride landscapes in motion by David Mills.
Timelapse of the Arctic. Top 10 lesser known natural wonders. LIQUIDE. Angry seas. Antarctic glacier collapse. Iceberg flipping over.. MINERAL. Nature timelapse. Shot on location throughout Alberta. EARTH. Kelvin-Helmholtz Wave Clouds Over B'ham. David Attenborough - Wonderful World - BBC. VEGETAL. Snap Pea Time Lapse. TEDxSF - Louie Schwartzberg - Gratitude. Fiji Vignette 3/3. Dennis J. Wojtkiewicz : Castle Gallery. Exploding Flowers by Qi Wei. The 15 Most Beautiful Flowers In The World. Canna Cannas not only feature pretty blossoms, but also beautiful leaves (often likened to that of the banana plant) that come in a variety of stunning colors.
Popularized in Victorian times, Cannas are popular garden plants. Cherry Blossom The unofficial flower of Japan, the spectacular display of blossoms that arrive in the spring are celebrated by festivals both in Japan and the U.S. The most popular colors are white and pink. Colorado Columbine Growing high in the Rocky Mountains, the Colorado Columbine is a welcome reward for the enterprising climbers of Colorado’s 14,000-foot high mountains. Hydrangea Magical snowball puffs in fall: gorgeous. Lily of the Valley A delicate and fragrant sign of spring, the Lily of the Valley has inspired a number of legends. Calla Lily While visually stunning and elegant, this beautiful flower is actually a member the poisonous species, Zantedeschia. Black Eyed Susan Bleeding Heart Blue Bells Lantana Rose Oriental Poppy Begonia Ixora Dendrobium Relevant Articles.