Devils Gullet by intrepidphotos

A snowstorm passes over towering dolerite cliffs at Devils Gullet to allow a brief shower of light to flood the view across the remote Tasmanian central plateau with its forests, valleys, mountains and rugged terrain. The storm engulfing Clumner Bluff (1559m) was directly overhead a few minutes earlier with white out conditions and summer snow. The dolerite columns in the foreground are over 220m high and plunge into the Fisher River valley which is part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, on the northern rim of the Great Western Tiers. Tasmania, Australia.
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Straight but twisted by BradHannon

One of our earliest views of the storm as we approached from the north. This supercell near Julesburg, Colorado on May 28th 2013 was simply jaw-dropping.

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Låtefossen by OleHenrikSkjelstad

Låtefossen is located just outside Odda in Hardanger. My third visit paid off – finally had the snow melting in the mountains begun in earnest and the waterfall carried a lot of water. Also check out Max Rive’s epic version of this scene.

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