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43 thoughts on “in Hastings, Nebraska, US”

  1. Gareth Fairclough says:

    the day heaven touched the earth…..

  2. cloudpebbles says:

    My absolute favourite photo on CAS. AWESOME.

  3. On the summit of Wales’ highest mountain, there is a plaque. It reads: Wanderer, stop a while . Consider the wonderous works of God, and of your short passage on this Earth.

    Quite.

  4. Geonef says:

    !!!!! This is Apocalypse !!!!!

  5. Lorenzo-ATP says:

    secondo la mia esperienza di volo ,per me queste foto di OLSEN sono una bufala .

  6. Russ says:

    blimey.would crap me sen if i was out in that!

  7. holly says:

    did u paint that or is it real? looks fake

  8. lilian says:

    this reminds me of the build up to horrible storm, so beautiful, and I love the larger photo, as well. beautiful beautiful

  9. lella says:

    Ti vien quasi voglia di toccarle. Astonishing!!

  10. Michele Brescia says:

    Complimenti per il fotomontaggio, boccaloni

  11. J.T.T says:

    The clouds are jolly good, some of them even look like animals, faces and blobs of puke

  12. Andrea says:

    stupende!!!!sembra essere in un sogno..

  13. Roberto VENEZIANI says:

    Mi avete fatto riscoprire la bellezza del cielo, come quando, da bambino fantasticavo di cavalcare le nuvole!

  14. ele says:

    belle sì. anche se fossero taroccate sono belle. ebbravi!!

  15. Stefano says:

    Davvero belle! Troppo belle per essere vere! Sembravano modificate con Photoshop!

  16. Skip says:

    Beautiful. How often do these occur there?

  17. Agordino says:

    Veramente ottime, abbinate alle nostre belle Dolomiti Agordine farebbero una gran figura.

  18. Roberto says:

    E’ bella munto bè!

  19. Diana says:

    What a magnificent cloud – what a magnificent photograph!!

  20. Ninni e Rio Chieco, italy, Pug says:

    Magnifica. Il mondo è bello.

  21. Augusto says:

    Oh is beautiful, is really photo? not modified with photoshop or another program? Ciao from Italy

  22. raffaella says:

    stupenda spero sia reale! dall’italia

  23. ornella from Italy says:

    Mamma Mia che bella foto! BRAVO!

  24. nicoletta cocchi says:

    MOLTO BELLE. really beautifull. UN SALUTO DALL’ITALIA. greetings from italy. NICOLETTA. nancy

  25. Delia says:

    I’m surprised: the clouds in Nebraska seem rubber!

  26. Faisel Hafeez says:

    Amazing !The beauty of the clouds borders disbelief !!!

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  28. Neil Fiertel says:

    this type of cloud is indicative of possible or likely tornado threats.Beautiful though it may be, for those who have been through tornadoes…it is a vision of awe and, yes, fear…

  29. Ralph says:

    The presence of mammatus clouds often indicates a vigorous cumulonimbus in the vicinity. If the mammatus clouds are relatively weak, in distance, and not approaching, the threat from the storm that produced them is not likely to be very great. However, if they are large and approaching, the sky should be watched closely for the possibility of severe weather.
    Page 473 from from National Audubon Society.

  30. andrew says:

    what causes this amazing and scary phenomenon

  31. Ricardo says:

    Very strange, very X-Files…

  32. petereid says:

    bloody hell! worrisit?

  33. Tom says:

    Looks like several umbilici lined up together.

  34. Ray Taylor says:

    Oh Mamma!
    (Mammatus)

  35. Dave Atkinson says:

    Those clouds look really trippy, reminds me of some kind of si-fi film…..

  36. Madmont says:

    Do clouds really look like that or has it been modified in photoshop ?

  37. Sangram Nagesh says:

    Veils of million angels.

  38. Anonymous says:

    What an unusual picture. I love it!

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A primary and secondary rainbow over Golden Ponds, Longmont, Colorado, US.

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