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Unbelievable Pictures Of These Natural Phenomena’s Caught By Photographers At The Right Moment.





It’s simple that nature encompasses a method of astonishing moments took place, and only a few people were lucky enough to be within the right place at the correct time so as to capture a special phenomenon at its finest. From old photographers, to amateurs to experience attractive photos of nature which will magnetize everybody. lets have a look.

1.Lightning dancing with a rainbow is a once in a lifetime shot.

1.Lightning dancing with a rainbow is a once in a lifetime shot.

He'd spent seven years looking for the perfect shot. Then with the click of his camera one magical evening, he finally nailed it.

2.Morning dew on a ladybug

2.Morning dew on a ladybug

Ladybugs are prized by farmers, as they eat many crop-killing insects such as aphids. Their bright colouring is likely a signal to remind predators of their unpleasant taste a result of a defensive liquid they secrete from their legs.



3.This rainstorm looks incredibly close.

3.This rainstorm looks incredibly close.

The thunder is sound waves resulting from the extreme heat of the lightning. When the charges are strong enough, the electricity is discharged as a bolt of lightning. While some lightning often precedes rain, the main event occurs as a downdraft starts and rain or other precipitation falls.



4.This amazing bubbly lake surface makes you wanna touch it.

4.This amazing bubbly lake surface makes you wanna touch it.

Tese frozen bubbles under Alberta's Lake Abraham might look like winter jewels, but you wouldn't want to be too close to one if it popped: the bubbles are actually frozen pockets of methane, a highly flammable gas. Most of the time, methane escaping from the surface of water is relatively harmless—but if you happen to be lighting a match at the time one of these bubbles explodes.

5.Death Valley in the USA looks like a giant floor.

5.Death Valley in the USA looks like a giant floor.

Death Valley is a desert valley located in Eastern California, in the northern Mojave Desert bordering the Great Basin Desert. It is one of the hottest places in the world along with deserts in the Middle East.

6.Have you ever seen a frozen wave

6.Have you ever seen a frozen wave

The concept of a "frozen wave" may seem paradoxical, but they are the result of specific environmental factors, including the temperature of the air and water and the pattern of movement in the water. While fresh water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit, sea water, due to its salt content, freezes at 28.4 degrees Fahrenheit.

7.Pele’s hair or witch’s hair are individual droplets of lava caught by the wind and stretched into glass wires.

7.Pele’s hair or witch’s hair are individual droplets of lava caught by the wind and stretched into glass wires.

volcanologists call it Pele’s Hair, after the Hawaiian goddess of volcanoes, but the golden strands are actually fragile volcanic fiberglass. They’re formed when lava is ejected into the air and small droplets are caught by the wind, which then cools and stretches them into very thin strands. Some threads can reach as long as 6 feet and are most likely gold in color due to weathering effects

8.А shimmering sun halo is a rare sight.

8.А shimmering sun halo is a rare sight.

In the Arctic, people can sometimes see and hear things that they cannot see or hear most other places on Earth. These phenomena are caused by special atmospheric conditions. Microscopic ice crystals are suspended in the air, changing how light and sound travel over distances. Layers of hot and cold air refract, or bend, light rays. Light bounces off the surfaces of clouds, water, and ice to create optical illusions.

9. Vatnajökull in Iceland has Europe’s largest glacier. The cave shimmers blue due to sunlight refraction.

9. Vatnajökull in Iceland has Europe’s largest glacier. The cave shimmers blue due to sunlight refraction.

Iceland's Vatnajökull glacier is Europe's largest icecap. Vatnajökull (2110 m) is the largest glacier in Iceland and it's also the largest glacier mass in Europe. It covers an area of roughly between 8100 sq. km and 8300 sq. km, and it's about 1000 m thick at its thickest point.

10.An enchanted underwater forest

10.An enchanted underwater forest

Along the shores of Cape Town, a secret world floats just beneath the surface. From above kelp just looks like a slimy plant that gets washed up on the shores, but in the African kelp forests underwater, an alien landscape comes to life without having to leave the planet to see.

11.Glowing bioluminescent phytoplankton makes this beach look like something out of a fairytale.

11.Glowing bioluminescent phytoplankton makes this beach look like something out of a fairytale.

One of the most spectacular sights on a night dive in the ocean is to witness the hundreds of tiny star-like bioluminescent phytoplankton scintillating like a starry sky as you move through the dark water.





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