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Mt. St. Helens eruption, 1980.  Photo by Jim Cottingham

Helens eruption, the deadliest and most economically destructive volcanic event in the history of the United States. Fifty-seven people were killed; 250 homes, 47 bridges, 15 miles km) of railways, and 185 miles km) of highway were destroyed

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Photography Atlas: Red smoke at Puyehue volcano eruption, Argentina 2011

The internet's favorite moose.  Photo taken by Crystal Clemons. Bearskin Lodge, Gunflint Trail, Cook County, Minnesota

The Bearskin Lodge and Resort in Northern Minnesota\'s premier lodge and resort. Located Next to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, on the Gunflint Trail,

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Inspirational picture inspiring quotes, sayings, stay strong, sky, pictures. Find your favorite picture!

This is what happens when lightning strikes sand!!!

Fulgurite - Sand hit by lightning. This picture is not Fulgurite by the way.This is a stick with wet sand on it.Fulgurite is usually found in the ground where lightning has struck and is usually very small glass tubules.

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This rare photo caught the very end of a rainbow. No pot of gold but definitely beautiful.

end of the rainbow - AMAZING

Snapping nature shots along the Bellarine Peninsula in Victoria, Australia, Amateur photographer Phil Thompson captured this photo of a rare wishbone-like “reflection rainbow,” also known as the “twin rainbow.

Eucalyptus forest, New Zealand, is this real?

Eucalyptus Forest, New Zealand looks like a cross between a Christmas light show and a fairy land - would be a beautiful setting for a wedding.

I like to imagine the happiness this once brought.

An abandoned ferris wheel at The Lake Shawnee amusement park in Princeton, WV! abandoned and haunted theme park where many had died.I WANT TO GO HERE!

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Lava fall in the snow from the Fimmvörðuháls eruption, Iceland. Photo by Snorri Gunnarsson.

Nature's amazing beauty!

Cobwebs are actually formed from abandoned spider webs! That's right, these home-abandoning spiders, mainly those of the species Theridiidae, build these sticky webs for catching prey (spiders also use their silk to make cocoons for their eggs).

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