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Rain pearls 💧💧💧by @lararosiegram. Beautiful photo, thanks! · · ·
Beauty and Rain. #repost

UNDERNEATH MANOA FALLS!
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Manoa Falls is a waterfall located in the Manoa Valley in #Honolulu , #Hawaii . It is located in the #ManoaFalls Trail which is a 1.6 mile trail in on the Island of #Oahu . The trail leads up to the 150 foot waterfall. Many tourists are attracted to the #waterfall and the scenery throughout the #Manoa falls trail leading up to it. Another attraction near Manoa Falls is the Lyon Arboretum. The #LyonArboretum preserves many endangered #Hawaiian plant species. The hike to Manoa Falls and back is around a one hour round trip. The waterfall and surrounding area experiences #rainfall almost everyday, and flash floods are also possible.
#tb #tbt 📸Photo by @aubreyjamesphoto

雨が降って来ました深北緑地☔😢 ボゥチャレの忍者ステップ初練習
思ってたよりも難しい!
身体も暖まってきて少し慣れて来た頃に雨が…💦 閉め切り間に合うかな?? #skateboard #longboard #longskateboard #longboarddancing
#スケボー #ロンスケ #ボゥチャレ
#docksession #docksessionosaka
#challenge #深北緑地 #fukakita
#rainfall

So @Instagram seems to be killing my engagement again? Don't let them do this to me! Tag a friend and encourage others to follow my account and I'll post the most amazing images for you guys. Leaving a comment and double tapping can fight this!! 👊🏼😡👊🏼👨🏻‍💻 This pic was captured with an old #Russian lens just hours ago during the sunset after the fresh #rainfall today in #CedarCity , #Utah ... This is a quick test shot of the kind of #bokeh you can achieve with the #Zenit #Helios443 58mm F2 lens with a decent eye. You can get it relatively dirt cheap on eBay but requires a modification of grinding the rear side of the barrel to focus with mirrorless #M42 adaptors otherwise it isn't compatible. #russialens #grass #tbirdnation #outsidetbird #talkingtree #nathanarizona

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事故原因は知らないけど、人がいない時間帯で良かったね~と思う。
昼間なら確実に人が沢山いる場所にモロに突っ込んでる。
何をどうしたら、この直線でこうなるのか理解できませんわ。
どうやら、奥に停まってるタクシーも原因ありそう。

今夜は一晩中ひたすら強い雨…一般道をひたすら80km/h~120km/hで走る(走らざるおえない)身としては偉そうな事は言えないけど、ハンドル握ってる間は走る凶器を取り扱ってる事を絶えず自覚しませんとね。

スマホ撮りで、信号待ちの短い時間に撮ったのでテキトーです。

#事故 #車 #自動車 #自動車事故 #car #why #streetshot #streetphoto #accident #smartphoneshot #landscape #traffic #earlymorning #早朝 #六角橋 #交通事故 #走る凶器 #スマホ撮り #なぜ #どうしてこうなった #目撃 #雨 #rainfall #raincondition #安全運転 #写真で伝える #写真撮ってる人と繋がりたい #スマホ越しの私の世界 #日常

Gray skies, rain and the smell of spring. My heart is singing. #rainfall #makeyourownsunshine #smiles #goodvibes #happiness

ฝันดีนะคะ... คนของใจ<3
#ไว้คุยกันใหม่เนาะ ;) #rainfall

NASA Sees #Tropical #Cyclone Caleb's Heaviest Rainfall

Caleb (South #Indian Ocean)

Caleb's Heaviest #Rainfall

Tropical cyclone Caleb formed on March 23 in the South Indian Ocean southwest of the Indonesian Island of Sumatra. The GPM core observatory satellite had a fairly good view of the newly formed tropical cyclone when it flew overhead and analyzed its rainfall and found the heaviest precipitation was affected by westerly winds.
The Global Precipitation Measurement mission or GPM core satellite passed over the Southern Indian Ocean on March 23, 2017 at 0756 UTC (3:56 a.m. EST). The satellite's Microwave Imager (GMI) revealed the locations of rainfall within the tropical cyclone. Rainfall measurements derived from the GMI showed that convective storms were dropping rain at a rate of almost 84 mm (3.3 inches) per hour on Caleb's western side.

GPM is a joint mission between NASA and the #Japan #Aerospace #Exploration Agency.

On March 24 at 0900 UTC (5 a.m. EST), Caleb had maximum sustained winds near 35 knots (40 mph/62 kph). It was centered near 14.6 degrees south latitude and 101.0 degrees east longitude, about 270 nautical miles (310.7 miles/500.4 km) east-southeast of Cocos Island. Caleb was moving to the south-southeastward at 4 knots (4.6 mph/7.4 kph). Satellite imagery on March 24 revealed that Caleb was struggling, and the Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) said that "environmental conditions are not showing any signs of improvement as the easterly flow aloft is still a dominant feature increasing the vertical wind shear." The JTWC said that over the next 12 to 24 hours Caleb will slow as it encounters a building subtropical ridge (elongated area of high pressure) to the south. The system will assume a quasi-stationary track beyond 24 hours and weaken significantly due to increasing wind shear and cooler sea surface temperatures. Caleb is expected to dissipate in three days over the open waters of the Indian Ocean.

Credit : #NASA

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#aniastrophysics

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