The sky can be the Lord’s canvas and clouds the amative stroke of His brush.
Below are images with captions sent via e-mail after someone collected them from various sources and called it, “Sky Art by God.”
Astonishing it is, how there is drought one moment — loudly lamented — and then the replenishment of rain (about which, too often, we complain). At Lake Tahoe, suffering low levels, clouds recently dispensed 4.2 billion gallons of water in two days.
How can we not feel His power? Are tornadoes and lightning always scary? What about the times they simply express the energy of His dynamic Creation?
Downdraft of precipitation from a young cumulonimbus cloud.
Another great mammatus – extremely unstable air.
Sunset on dissipating thunderstorms.
Sunset dissipating thunderstorm
Volcanic eruption creating a circular outflow boundary.
Somewhat disorganized or dissipating thunderstorm.
Single cell thunderstorm with cloud to ground and cloud to cloud lightning.
Tornadic vortex w/lightning, multi-layer outflow boundaries. (Jeremy Holmes)
Row of thunderstorms, and more beautiful cloud to cloud and cloud to ground lightning.
Cloud to ground lightning in the rain shield in dissipating thunderstorms.
More great cloud to cloud and cloud to ground lightning.
Tower cumulus building into a thunderstorm.
A tornado funnel near the ground. Probably already on the ground, but not enough moisture or debris/dirt to see it on the ground.
Circular outflow boundaries with storm cell rotation.
Lowering wall cloud from mature thunderstorm.
Lots of cloud to ground lightning (assuming the dark is mountains).
A large tornado on the ground.
Sun setting behind cumulus clouds.
Cloud to cloud to ground lightning.
Mammatus “clouds boiling upside down,” on top of a flanking down draft. (Mammatus, also known as mammatocumulus. meaning “mammary cloud”)
Massive single cell severe tornadic thunderstorm.
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