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A huge cloud resembling a nuclear explosion rises over skyscrapers in the city of Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Greg Thow/Barcroft Media)

A mushroom cloud dwarfs a row of skyscrapers in what looks like a devastating nuclear bomb detonation. But thankfully this is just a spectacular weather-front blasting in from the tempestuous Rocky Mountains near Denver, Colorado, USA. The unbelievable shot is just one of many of the city's skyline taken by photographer Greg Thow. The 49-year-old has also captured equally stunning shots of lightning blasts and arching rainbows – all from the comfort of his balcony. (Photo by Greg Thow/Barcroft Media)
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08 Aug 2013 07:36:00
Behind A Little House By Manuel Cosentino

For his Behind a Little House Project Italian photographer Manuel Cosentino found an unsuspecting muse: a tiny nondescript house on an unexceptional hill. He returned to photograph the small building from the exact same location for nearly two years in order to capture the dramatic changes in weather and light that utterly changed the scenery just beyond the horizon
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31 Jul 2013 10:26:00
Lenticular clouds hover of the mountains of the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia. (Photo by Denis Budkov/Caters News)

“These eerie formations in the sky may look like alien ships. But as the Daily Mail points out, they’re actually a natural occurrence called lenticular clouds”. – Claudine Zap. Photo: Lenticular clouds hover of the mountains of the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia. (Photos by Denis Budkov/Caters News)
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11 Jun 2013 09:26:00
“Smeared Sky Sunset”. (Matt Molloy)

“Smeared Sky Sunset”. (Photo by Matt Molloy)

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27 Feb 2013 12:23:00
Happy dog (..?) – Pannonian spring fantasy

“I am not a photo reporter, so I don’t feel obligated to honour every detail. What I’m trying to achieve is to emphasize the whole potential of a shot, creating a sight that I'd like if existed.. And since it’s impossible in real life, I do it in virtual :) My work is maybe more similar to ‘photo-painting’ than photography”. – Katarina Stefanović

Photo: Pannonian spring fantasy. (Photo by by Katarina Stefanović)
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17 Aug 2012 10:17:00
The Big Cloud: The Lovely Monster by Camille Seaman

“Award-winning photographer Camille Seaman, best known for her earlier work depicting massive polar icebergs, recently turned her lens on another incredible natural phenomenon - storm clouds above the American Midwest. She partnered with experienced storm chasers and began to stalk a particular type of storm cloud – the supercell. On June 22, 2012, in western Nebraska, she encountered an enormous supercell and captured its many faces”. (Photo by Camille Seaman via TheAtlantic)
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17 Jul 2012 07:26:00
A view of the Hazelwood Power Station across the cooling pondage at sunrise in Melbourne, Australia

A view of the Hazelwood Power Station across the cooling pondage at sunrise on March 21, 2012 in Melbourne, Australia. The brown coal fueled power station, located in Latrobe Valley is the oldest in Victoria and provides the state nearly 25% of its energy. In 2005 Hazelwood was labeled Australia's least carbon efficient power station by WWF Australia and continues to be a target of issue of environmentalist groups. (Photo by Hamish Blair/Getty Images)
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21 Mar 2012 08:34:00
Clouds float over an open field

Clouds float over an open field January 3, 2007 in Shirley Heights, Antigua. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
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08 Oct 2011 14:01:00