Southern Alberta – Recent Weather Pics

I did not take these pictures. They were forwarded to a number of people by email, presumably by the person who took them, without

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Doomsday Volcanoes!

"Could the explosion of Iceland’s ticking time bombs cause cold and famine worldwide? Airing January 2, 2013 at 9 pm on PBS" www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/earth/doomsday-volcanoes.html Consequences

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Canadian News Headlines – Danielle Smith: Pipeline protestors to cost Alberta treasury at least $2.5B in 2018

Anti-pipeline protesters are costing Albertans billions of dollars in lost revenue. You read that right — billions. David Yager, an energy analyst with Yager Management

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Weathered bedrock

Highly weathered bedrock at Kapp Linne. In periglacial environments, mainly mechanical weathering acts. Posted by Max Eckerstorfer on 2011-06-14 13:16:54 Tagged: , Svalbard ,

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Weather Network Weatherman: “GRAB A HOT COCK” FUNNY

Weather Network Weatherman Channel 31 source #Amazing Weather #Videos – Weather Network Weatherman: “GRAB A HOT COCK” FUNNY #Weather and #News Originally posted 2011-02-02

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amazing frost today

The weather outside is painfully cold, but from the heated side of a window it sure looks pretty More in the set: www.flickr.com/photos/zombie37/sets/72157639820596025/ Posted

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Sunrise: Natural fireworks

New years fireworks is gone and a new year has started. 366 days of new photographic opportunities. Let’s amaze each other. Posted by Bas

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1960 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible

Beautiful weather, excellent location and amazing cars & boats made the 10,000 Lakes Concours d’Elegance 2015 a great day for the participants and spectators.

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Southern Alberta – Recent Weather Pics

I did not take these pictures. They were forwarded to a number of people by email, presumably by the person who took them, without

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Weathering Spiral

"Torqued Spiral", the first of the series of 8 weathering steel sculptures called "The Matter of Time" (1994–2005), by Richard Serra, exhibited in a

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