Sunday, February 24, 2008

Pictures of extreme weather instability

Extreme weather includes weather phenomena that are at the extremes of the historical distribution, especially severe or unseasonal weather. credited to extremeinstability.com

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

larger res?

Anonymous said...

larger res!

guido said...

simplemente hermosas..

clinicly insane said...

dude above me must be Mikes pimp.

Brian said...

None of these are extreme or rare. We see stuff like this in Oklahoma every year. :)

Anonymous said...

we don't see stuff like this in Europe, so pictures are very interesting to us

Anonymous said...

Some of these are available in wallpaper size if you want to go looking for them elsewhere.

Jason R. Hunter said...

He can't post larger res because they aren't his photos. But you might be able to find larger versions on Mike's site or on his Flickr page.

Several of these photos belong to Mike Hollingshead. (# 1,2,3,4,11 & 13)

Read about his photos here:
http://www.cloudappreciationsociety.org/the-mystery-storms/
and Here's Mike's website: http://extremeinstability.com/
and his Flickr page:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/46627614@N00/

I posted this before, but it was deleted. I don't understand why... I mean if you had put in the time and effort to take these photos yourself, wouldn't you want credit for them?

Ivica Miskovic said...

Jason, sorry for this... last time you didnt write like now, you just write links...
Now i will edit post and write credits...