Natural phenomena

Living Lakes

Living Lakes in Russia

Last week we had the giant hole. Now another peculiar from Russia: living lakes… They look like they want to devour you!   Watch the video…

By |July 19, 2014|Categories: Natural phenomena

Undulatus Asperatus clouds

Undulatus Asperatus

A rare cloud formation called ‘undulatus asperatus‘ over Lincoln NE on July 7, 2014. The clouds look like giant waves moving across the sky.   Take a look at the impressive video…

By |July 18, 2014|Categories: Natural phenomena

What created this mysterious Crater In Siberia?

mysterious Crater In Siberia

What created this mysterious 80-meter-wide crater in northern Siberia, the massive hole resembling a deep sinkhole?   Watch the video…

By |July 17, 2014|Categories: Natural phenomena

A Day at a Russian Beach

Russian Beach

A day at a Russian beach in Novosibirsk… Sudden cold snap to 20 degrees (from 41), plus strong winds and hail. This is Siberia!   Watch the video…

By |July 15, 2014|Categories: Natural phenomena

Auroras over Northern Canada


Dramatic auroras stretching across a sky near the town of Yellowknife in northern Canada.   Image © Kwon, O Chul (TWAN)    Watch the video…

By |July 15, 2014|Categories: Astronomy, Natural phenomena

Noctilucent Clouds over London

Noctilucent Clouds

Noctilucent Clouds on the North Horizon… Tripod out and Camera rolling as fast as possible. High ISO and short intervals… Excited, I hit the tripod two times…”   Image © Christoph Malin (TWAN)    Watch the video…

By |July 10, 2014|Categories: Natural phenomena

Why we all need to Care about Climate Change

Climate Change

A new report entitled ‘Risky Business’ explores the economic and other risks of climate change in the United States by region and predicts an extreme and dystopian future.    Image credit EPA

By |July 9, 2014|Categories: Natural phenomena

Made to be Seen

Made to be Seen

Made to be Seen: one of the most spectacular videos for the beauties of nature. Turn the volume way up and Dive into this film! …

By |July 5, 2014|Categories: Natural phenomena

Warm Leeuwin Current

Leeuwin Current

The Leeuwin Current is an oddity. Flowing south along Australia’s western shore, unlike most currents that flow along the western shores of continents, it flows toward the pole (away from the equator), carrying warm tropical water into what would otherwise be a cold ocean.

By |July 3, 2014|Categories: Natural phenomena

Riding the roof of the World

the roof of the World

A lone motorcycle wends its way to the roof of the World, Mount Everest‘s Base Camp, approaching from the Chinese side. In the native language of Tibet, its name is Chomolungma, often translated as “mother of the universe.”    Image © Jeff Dai; Jeff’s Web site

By |July 2, 2014|Categories: Natural phenomena
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