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  1. Rebecca Hill avatar rebeccahill@iinet.net.au says:

    Such a beautiful picture of the Aurora Borealis over the Lofoten Islands, Norway in summer, Spencer!

    The snow capped polar peaks of the islands certainly stand out in the light!

    I thought that Aurora Borealis occurred more often in winter, from what I have read about. Perhaps the further north or south you go, the more frequently you can see this spectacular phenomenon at any time of the year. Nice to know it also occurs in summer as well.

    From Rebecca Hill, Canberra, Australia

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Altocumulus over Portal Ridge Wildlife Preserve in Fairmont, California, US

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Stratocumulus observed over Mt. Yasur, Tanna Island, Vanuatu. George tells us there is an ash plume visible just beneath the cloud.

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Jellyfish of the sky, also known as Altocumulus clouds producing the evaporating precipitation trails known as virga, spotted drifting over Portland, Oregon, US.

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Dramatic lighting of Stratocumulus spotted over Seattle from Juanita Beach, Lake Washington, WA, US.

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A high formation of Altocumulus stratiformis undulatus, also known more poetically as ‘a mackerel sky’. Spotted over Bendigo, Victoria, Australia.

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Cumulus and Cirrostratus over Blakeney, Gloucestershire, England. “To my eye this cloud looks like a bizarre two-headed 'push-me-pull-you' crocodile,“ says Jeremy Williams, “but maybe I’m hallucinating!”

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