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Sunset_3.JPGSunset 3587 views Bashy
Sunset_5.JPGSunset 5585 views Bashy
Sunset_6.JPGSunset 6599 views Bashy
100_1315aeweb.jpgSunset Show1104 viewsSun setting beyond the Ohio River. Looking from Kentucky towards Illinois.refugeroad
SUNP0063a.JPGThe EF3 tornado of 10 18 2007864 viewsThis is the tornado that hit in my downtown area back in October of 2007. I went out to my front yard to check on the weather from that side and saw it sitting there. KYWeathergal
DSC02108.JPGThe Feb 10-'10 NorEaster1498 viewsFrozen Skywarn Station - West Island Weather Station Tower -Feb 10, 2010 snow storm aftermath. Anemometers and tower gear frozen in place night of storm. Hi wind gust 47.3MPH. The rain/snow line was right over Buzzards Bay early in the Feb 10 snow storm. Below freezing temperatures eventually won out. The iced up gear on the tower of The West Island Weather Station took 15 hours to thaw out. West Island Weather
DSC02153.JPGThe Feb 10-'10 NorEaster West Island State Reservation900 viewsOut back at the West Island State Reservation. The gray horizon marks the end of a departed Nor'easter the night before. Looking southeast, across Buzzards Bay, towards Falmouth,MA. Photo taken from The West Island State Reservation-East Cove. West Island Weather
p033pwd.jpgToronto,March 03 20071194 viewsMarian Peteanu
001.JPGWaiting out the weather957 viewsBald Eagle Sitting in Cottonwood in YardScalphunter
HPIM0944.JPGweather station setup1818 viewsbackyard weather stationmcktx101
DSC00176.JPGWest Island Weather Station SKYWARN Camera1195 viewsSony SPK-HCD Waterproof Sports Pack for underwater use with DCR-SR220 West Island Weather Station SKYWARN STORM CAMERA Product Description Water-resistant housing lets you capture beautiful underwater scenery to a depth of 17 feet. Includes built-in microphone and external controls for power, zoom, record, and photo capture. Product Description PRODUCT FEATURES:Provides water resistance down to depth of 5 metersCompatible with wide range of Handycam modelsAllows full control of main camera features: power on/off, mode select (movies, still images, video playback), REC start/stop, photo recording, variable speed zoom Shoulder strap includedWest Island Weather
MidwayGeyserBasin4.JPGYellowstone National Park - Midway Gyser Basin665 viewsNote the "mini" funnels in the picture.HobbyTalk
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