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Thursday, May 15, 2014

Amazing Sights - Joy's Notepad

With a permission to repost from Ms. Joy of Joy's Notepad , I am sharing this post about some wonderful and amazing sights and wonders of nature.

Nakakagulat at nakakamanghang malaman  na may mga  ganito palang mga phenomena ang nagaganap at nangyayari sa ating kapaligiran .

Some are oddly scary and some are just plainly amazing.

Read on:


Asperatus Clouds
Since it is a rare phenomenon, the  Asperatus Clouds were only classified in the year 2009.
Asperatus Clouds
 Green Flash Sunsets and Sunrises
When the sun starts to dip below or rise above the horizon,
Green Flash Sunsets and Sunrises, eventually formed which only occurs for a few seconds.
Green Flash Sunsets and Sunrises
 Calcifying Lakes
This lake is considered as the most calcifying lake because of its high salt content,
and the moment that animals take a dip, their body may turn into stone.
Calcifying LakesCalcifying LakesCalcifying Lakes
 Mammatus Cloud
When air and clouds holding different levels of moisture mix, Mammatus are eventually formed hanging underneath the base of a cloud.
Mammatus Cloud
Bioluminescent Wave
These wave's sparkle comes from marine microbes called phytoplankton that glow in the dark.
Bioluminescent WaveBioluminescent Wave
Blue Holes
The Blue Holes with a massive underwater caves was developed during the past ages.
Blue Holes
 Venezuela's Everlasting Storm
Venezuela's Everlasting Storm can be found at  the mouth of the Catatumbo River.
This rare phenomenon occurs up to 160 nights a year, 10 hours per day, and 280 times an hour.
Venezuela?s Everlasting Storm
 Fields of Webs
Believe it or not, those are thousands of spider webs formed in the fields of Australia.
Fields of Webs
Fields of Webs
 Fairy Circles, Namibia
According to scientists, these mysterious patches  are formed by termites that live under these circles and consume the vegetation within, so that rain keeps the soil moist. You can see thousands of these patches if you fly from Angola to South Africa.
Fairy Circles, Namibia

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