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Storm chaser Alex Schueth captured timelapse of a rare cloud formation called undulatus asperatus during a storm over Lincoln, Nebraska earlier this summer. The term, which translates to “roughed or agitated waves,” describes the bizarre rolling pattern formed by the clouds. Observers have noted that the phenomenon gives the impression of being underwater looking up at the surface at waves. Margaret LeMone, a cloud expert with the National Center for Atmospheric Research has taken photos of asperatus clouds for 30 years, and considers it a likely new cloud type.
These dark, undulating clouds look like heaving waves on a stormy ocean, only that ocean is roiling right over our heads. It’s the ominous sort of sky you’d expect to see when there’s no one else to call but the Ghostbusters.
"Sunset Love" A lovely sunset over the ocean shot from a beach in Inverness, Nova Scotia. This was made from160 photos merged into one using the lighten layer-blending mode in photoshop, then digitally mirrored. That’s why the sun is shaped like a heart. It looked more like a Q-tip before mirroring it.