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snoboy

Sweet pictures of clouds.

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There were some of those hovering over the summit of Plinth Peak when Fred T and I topped out. It was a partial solar eclipse too. mushsmile.gif Crescent sun and cloud breasts.

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saw of few of those about 30 seconds before one hell of a thunderstorm started out in Delaware. With lighting, kind of reminded me of looking into a crevasse. So cool!!

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That Emperor dude in Star Wars can shoot lightning out of his fingers. It makes you wonder what happens when he has to pee.

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Have you ever seen lightening shooting out of crevices?

 

Not my own anyway, how about yours?

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Wow, those are interesting clouds. I reckon we don't get these sorts of clouds in the NW.

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