Lightning Over Brighton Pier
Lightning Over Brighton Pier
'Breathing' Earth Filmed In Canadian Forest
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A powerful thunderstorm swept through Brighton and Hove on Monday, July 28. The storm brought lightning, torrential rain and pea-sized hailstones to the seaside city, with roads flooded and Southern and Great Western train services delayed by a lighting strike in Hove. This video shows a lightning strike over Brighton’s famous pier. Credit: Facebook/Alysson Vitali
Amazing footage has emerged of a forest carpet appearing to breathe like a sleeping giant. The video was captured by Brian Nuttall at Apple River in Nova Scotia, Canada, on his mobile phone. It shows the ground rising and falling. What in fact is happening is explained by Mr Nuttall in a Facebook post. "I believe the larger trees are doomed to blow down but are currently spared, the smaller trees around them help hold each other up, as the wind pushes the trees into one another," he said. "The punishing prevailing winds have taken their toll on the side hill, the roots have loosened and the mossy ground from the once shaded forest floor are giving way, soon to be toppled over." Shot by Mr Nuttall on October 31, the video has been viewed more than three million times online and his Facebook post has been liked by more than 13,500 people with over 100 comments.
These incredible photographs of clouds forming over mountains will make you think you’ve seen a UFO. The pictures are of the serene lenticular clouds that form like space ships over Kamchatka’s iconic volcanoes in eastern Russia.
Aurora Australis, or the Southern Lights, shone spectacularly over Tasmania overnight on Tuesday, November 3. This video shows a stunning display of green and purple light from the Hobart suburb of Midway Point. Credit: YouTube/robalexwar
Alex Rivest took a tour around the leading edge of the lava flow on Big Island, Hawaii in December 2010 and his guide decided to demonstrate the viscosity of the molten rock by quickly placing his foot on the surface. The lava was barely displaced by the weight placed upon it, and the main effect of the action was the intense heat that started to burn the guide’s shoe.That’s why Alex advises to never try this by yourself and only ever travel to this area with professional guides. Credit: YouTube/Alex Rivest
The Northern Lights put on spectacular show for parts of the UK last night. The Aurora was seen across large parts of Scotland, northern England and Wales.
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