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Beautiful cloud, John!
Looks like a great, white cauliflower or a bomb explosion in the air!
Hope you are keeping cool up at the Lockyer Valley, Queensland, near Toowoomba. Sounds like you are still having record-hot temperatures up there at the moment or 38 degrees plus. I live in Canberra, the capital further south(430,000 people), which had record-breaking heat this year in January, with 41.60 degrees being recorded on January 16th! Just like you this summer, dramatic storms built up there every afternoon, which provided some much needed cooler relief in the evenings. Got some good storm clouds from my in aged care work-place, the last one I posted up for you to see on this cloud website last month. Glad temperatures are much cooler now in Canberra with warm, sunny days and cooler nights. From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
A very nice composition of the storm across the water.
Well done, Pablo!
Quite a dramatic picture, with the sea in the foreground looking a bit choppy, with the wind blowing it. Looking across the sea, towards Montevideo, Uruguay is a really dramatic summer thunder storm building-up where the anvil looks like a perfect mushroom or explosive volcanic eruption.
From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia
The “judge” ponders and eyes the accused before handing down a stiff and harsh sentence, I guess.
Lovely shot, Jane.
Great dramatic shot, Suzanne from the airplane window travelling to Amsterdam in the Netherlands! Hope that there wasn’t too much wind turbulance from the storm as you passed by. Those upper parts of the anvil and cumulonimbus clouds certain reach great heights, sometimes to the lowest levels of the stratosphere depending on the wind currents and consist mainly of ice crystals, due to the freezing temperatures of the atmosphere up there. From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia