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Evo
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Jan12-06, 10:12 PM
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I know Ivan, Monique and zooby had some really cool cloud pictures in another thread.



Check out this site http://www.cloudappreciationsociety....lingshead.html

Go halfway down for some awesome pictures
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Jan12-06, 10:17 PM
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'alpha male'

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'zorro' .

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Evo
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Jan12-06, 10:42 PM
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mammatus clouds

Ivan Seeking
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Jan12-06, 10:44 PM
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http://www.victoriassecret.com/
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Jan12-06, 10:47 PM
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Quote Quote by Evo
I know Ivan, Monique and zooby had some really cool cloud pictures in another thread.
Most of those cloud pictures are ominous and frightening, aren't they? The space pictures are more mysterious and cool. In any event, I generally like all those swirly, flowing, complex dynamics.
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Jan12-06, 10:52 PM
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Not that I'm complaining, but I find that Victoria's Secret tends to deal in pretty moderate mammatus formations.
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Jan12-06, 10:59 PM
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Oy, I was thinking more along these lines. I actually saw a similar mammatus formation about a year ago, it was awesome.



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Jan12-06, 11:07 PM
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Oy, I was thinking more along these lines. I actually saw a similar mammatus formation about a year ago, it was awesome.

Looks creepy.
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Jan12-06, 11:08 PM
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Oy, I was thinking more along these lines. I actually saw a similar mamatus formation about a year ago, it was awesome.
Those are really just frightening. I'd go hide in the cellar if I ever saw anything like that.
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Jan12-06, 11:11 PM
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Those clouds look like lumps of doo doo :)
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Jan12-06, 11:21 PM
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Quote Quote by Evo
Oy, I was thinking more along these lines. I actually saw a similar mammatus formation about a year ago, it was awesome.

If I saw clouds like that, I'd be running for the basement and grabbing my aluminum foil beanie on the way! Those are really ominous looking.
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Jan12-06, 11:26 PM
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Not that I'm complaining, but I find that Victoria's Secret tends to deal in pretty moderate mammatus formations.
Yeah, you need to shop at Frederick's of Hollywood for the more embellished mammatus formations.
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Jan12-06, 11:27 PM
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If I saw clouds like that, I'd be running for the basement and grabbing my aluminum foil beanie on the way! Those are really ominous looking.
Yeah, It's something you don't forget.
Azael
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Jan13-06, 07:19 AM
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some awsome pics in this thread
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Jan13-06, 07:37 AM
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Some other sites are in cyrusabdollahi's thread "What's your wall paper?"

http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=105135

including - http://www.noao.edu/image_gallery/
grassR00t
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Jan13-06, 09:39 AM
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There are some great pictures here:

http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/archivepix.html
LeBrad
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Jan13-06, 10:37 AM
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My favorite thing to look at:

Stern
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