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Frozen Wave… Strange Weather

‘Frozen wave’ by Tony Travouillon, Anarctica ‘Frozen wave’ is my name for this amazing photo taken by scientist Tony Travouillon in Antarctica.  That little dark speck is a person… what an awesome sight. Thank you again beloved Creator for this awe inspiring sight. Many other images can be seen in a gallery on Travouillon’s website. […]

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Sun orb?

On January 16, 2009 MacGyver took this interesting photo  of sundogs in Chicago, IL. What is that pink ball and arc near the sun? It looks 3 dimensional. Is it a camera flare? Some other mechanical anomaly? Or maybe it’s an energy orb?  WOW! You can see a larger version at Weather.com.   So many […]

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Hanalei Mist

‘Hanalei  Mist’ photo by Patrick Smith  (Nov. 2008) Wow words cannot describe how this photo impacts me. I lived on the North Shore of Kauai, gazed at Hanalei Bay often when I walked. The colors, golden clouds, mists, light sparking on sand and crystal blue ocean take my breath away! Thank you beloved Creator for […]

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Creator's Majesty

‘Creator’s Majesty’ photo by Ryan Ridge ‘Creator’s Majesty’ is my name for this amazing image. Ryan Ridge added this photograph to flickr January 7, 2009. A rainbow from his front porch near Homer, Alaska. Wow!   Creator’s Majesty Snow covered mountains peek through mists. Light plays on drifting clouds. Still waters shimmer, cold. While dark […]

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Smiling Moon, Sparkling Light… Amazing Walk

‘Smiling Moon, Sparkling Light’ photograph by Peter Paul Hattinga Verschure ‘Smiling Moon, Sparkling Light’ is my name for this gorgeous photograph. The night sky looks like it is smiling, it’s cold and crisp with warming light. Another magical gift from Creator. This beautiful photo was taken January 8 in Deventer, The Netherlands by Peter Paul […]

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