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3 thoughts on “Ginnie Powell”

  1. NAVA says:

    this is very simple but i just love it so much

  2. Beate Blecher avatar Beate Blecher says:

    Ginnie, this is very impressive – the shape like a huge planet hovering above…And lovely soft mammatus…Beautiful!

  3. Susie NZ says:

    Amazing movement overhead, thank you, Ginnie, that we all get to share in what you get to see.

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5 thoughts on “Storm cell at sunset, drenching Caldwell County, about 35 miles south-east of Austin Texas, U.S.”

  1. Geoff. Smith. says:

    Such beautiful pink power. Hope this storm did as much good as damage.

  2. Anthony Skellern says:

    It's magnificent. Power and beauty, great picture, Ginnie.

  3. Fulvio says:

    great Shot I like thunderstorm ! Thanks Ginnie

  4. Ginnie Powell, Austin, Texas, says:

    This cell has turned out to be one of the most photographed sights in Austin, Texas, ever. In the last few days, I've found hundreds of views of it all over the internet, but especially on our local TV websites. A co-worker who lives a few blocks away got an almost identical capture of it!

  5. Carolyn, UK says:

    It's a real beauty of a cloud, what colour. Such a force of nature too. Thanks, Ginnie ;)

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2 thoughts on “Shadows at sunset, Austin, Texas. U.S.”

  1. Carolyn, UK says:

    It's beautiful, Ginnie, like silk ;)

  2. Anthony Skellern says:

    Thanks for capturing this golden evening, Ginnie.

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2 thoughts on “Cloudy sunset before an early Spring storm, Austin, Texas. U.S.”

  1. Anthony Skellern says:

    A breathtaking sky Ginnie. Marvellous light.

  2. Carolyn, UK says:

    What a lovely moment of splendour, Ginnie, thanks :)

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3 thoughts on “Trailing tails, Bastrop, Texas. U.S.”

  1. Beate Blecher avatar Beate Blecher says:

    This looks like a sampler, Ginnie -lovely!

  2. Rémi Filastò, Montpellier says:

    Well spotted Ginnie!

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One thought on “Huge anvils form east of Austin, Texas, US.”

  1. allison summey says:

    Wonderfully Monstorous!
    Ally

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2 thoughts on “A pig swallows a jet airplane over Texas, US.”

  1. Mark says:

    Well spotted. You could also say it looks like the cloud pig has a laser pointer.

  2. Anonymous says:

    now this is just great shot Ginnie. right place at the right time, very cool.

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