A gallery of enduring images captured over 24 hours before, during, and following Hurricane Sandy’s landfall on the evening of October 29, 2012.
Before Hurricane Sandy even makes landfall, fake photographs are already spreading like wildfire across the internet. These are just a few of the photos that are sure to spread in the coming days.
The barrier island coast from Cape Lookout to Cape Hatteras was impacted directly by the Hurricane Irene’s strongest winds when the Category 1 Hurricane made landfall on August 27, 2011.
An absolutely stunning photograph was taken from several miles above Joplin, Missouri following the devastating EF-5 tornado that ravaged the town of Joplin on May 22, 2011.
A strange illuminated spiral was seen over parts of Norway by hundreds of observers this week who wondered what on earth they were viewing. Upon first glance, one would think these images must be photoshopped. But they are not.
A magnificent and vast display of cloud streets was photographed by NASA’s MODIS satellite this month. The display was particularly vibrant, with clouds lining up in rows — or “streets” — for hundreds of miles.
A rare cloud formation was spotted over Moscow this week, inciting widespread discussion of UFO sightings throughout the city – concerns which spread across the globe instantly via the internet. But the cloud had a much more scientific explanation.
In the first new cloud type to be officially designated in over 50 years, members of the Cloud Appreciation Society are pushing for official recognition of the undulating, ominous-appearing clouds.