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Britain prepares for ANOTHER battering after biggest storm of the year washes out the weekend

Biggest storm of the year sweeps Britain off its feet with flooding, gales and lightning strikes ...Cornwall

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Photographer captures rare 'fire rainbow cloud' above Florida as Mother Nature puts on spectacular light show

Saucers in the sky: Ken Rotberg looked up and saw the colours change before his eyes until they turned into these saucer-like shapes

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Atlantic storm Xynthia lashes western Europe

Seaham Lighthouse, in County Durham, is battered by huge waves driven by gale force winds off the North Sea

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Queen Helmet Large Shell, Cassis madagascariensis. This species occurs in the tropical Western Atlantic. The specific name "madagascarensis" literally means "of Madagascar", but this was a misunderstanding of the type locality by the original author. Live specimens of this helmet species can occasionally be found about 30 feet out in the ocean. Because they live so far offshore, the best time to find these shells is at low tide after a storm.

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Vik Iceland, Why It Is A MUST See!

Vik is Iceland’s southernmost village and faces the open Atlantic Ocean, framed by a long black volcanic sand beach. Less than 300 people live in Vik, but it is the biggest settlement for some 70km (43 mi). Click through to read why Vik Iceland is a MUST See!

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Walberswick Sand Dunes on Suffolk Coast 19 of best beaches, Europe :

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Weather Underground presents "Hurricane Formation" in the North Atlantic. Forecasts predicted that the 2013 hurricane season would be an active one, b

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Home Exchange- Norway: Fascinating sights on The Atlantic Road

I want to drive here, it looks amazing. I'd never even heard of it before today but someone on Google+ posted it. I recommend doing an image search for "Atlantic Road in Norway".

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'SEA PINKS / THRIFT. MAY 2014.' | Kurt Jackson: mixed media on board 20.5 x 21cm. 'This bit of cliff forms a wild front garden of buckhorn plantain, sea beet and thrift, with the thrift or sea pink forming wind-sculpted cushions of blue green each crowned with its own pink array of flowers. Stone still and solid in the path of sea blown gales and Atlantic storms the flowers sit waiting to be painted at the foot of my sea studies. They exist as an excuse to use the pink in my paint box.' ✫ღ⊰n

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