A huge squall approaches Sydney and the incoming shelf cloud looks terrifying. Photograph by Jonny Ross
Mammatus cloud are known for their interesting appearance, as the clouds seem to have smooth round puffs hanging from its underside.
Amazing video shows a ‘wall’ of fog rolling over the Long Range Mountains in Lark Harbour, Newfoundland, Canada.
Two Julia Butterflies (Dryas iulia) are seen drinking the tears of turtles in Ecuador. The phenomenon is known as lachryphagy.
Did you know that seeing faces in things is actually a psychological phenomenon known as ‘pareidolia’?
You may have never seen or heard of it, but hair ice – a type of ice that has the shape of fine, silky hairs and resembles white candy floss – is remarkable.
Six islands of varying sizes, each with their own cloud of equally varying size.