God's Beauty


Via KOMO News: It’s amazing what some sinking air can do when it’s at the right place at the right time. John Meadows took this photo of the sky opening up at just the right spot to catch a sunbreak over Mt. Rainier. He says it was taken at 9:15 a.m. on 11 Nov. 2010 from Sumner.
The skies were mostly overcast that morning, but it looks like air flowing over Mt. Rainier created some localized turbulence that opened up a small hole in the sky. When air gets turbulent, it can rise and sink. Sinking air dries as it does so, and create holes in the clouds.
I have never seen a more beautiful picture of Mt. Rainier!
DCG

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tina
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So pretty!

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Drop Dead Gorgeous!

Judy
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Breathtaking.