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Stormy Skies Photograph -  Hurricane Glimpse by Karen Wiles

Hurricane Glimpse is a photograph by Karen Wiles which was uploaded on March 5th, 2011.

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Thank you Sandra for your wonderful comments!

Thank you Sandra for featuring "Hurricane Glimpse" in Memories and Nostalgia!

Impressive shot! Very editorial! Congratulations for your feature in Memories and Nostalgia!

Thank you Ella for featuring "Hurricane Glimpse" in Nature, Wildlife, Sunsets and Sunrises!

Thank you Saad for featuring "Hurricane Glimpse" in I Love Seascapes!

Thank you Lesa for featuring "Hurricane Glimpse" in the Wild and Crazy!

Thank you Susan!

Absolutely awesome capture of this thundercloud, Karen.

Thank you Darren for featuring "Hurricane Glimpse" in Greeting Cards For All Occasions!

Thank you so much Nadine and Bob for all your comments and for the features!!!

Thank you Nadine and Bob for featuring "Hurricane Glimpse" in the Artist News!

Many have no idea how accurate the Microsoft flight simulator is, you can really learn how to fly an airplane with the program. Even the weather in the program is connected to the National Weather Service, so no matter where you fly, you fly in the weather that's in that area. Years ago just for kicks, I flew into the eye of a hurricane near Florida in a King air twin-engine aircraft. Flying through the walls of the hurricane is very turbulent, but it was surprising how inside the eye itself how much, they air was. So I spiraled down descending almost to sea level, and then spiraled back up following the eye of the storm as it moved. But I've been through too many hurricanes in the East Coast myself, than to do that in real life. Congratulations, Favored, Voted & Featured It, as one of my FAVORITES of the day. Thank you for your submission to ARTISTS NEWS

Thank you Charlie for featuring "hurricane Glimpse" in People Around the World!

Thank you Shawn for featuring "Hurricane Glimpse" in Seasons of Beauty!

Thank you Myrna for choosing "Hurricane Glimpse" as your favorite!

Thank you Neal for featuring "Hurricane Glimpse" in the All Things Reflective Group!

Thank you Neal for featuring "Hurricane Glimpse" in the Sun Rays and Light Group!

Thank you Sheila!

This is a huge wow from me ! Great image, Karen ~

Thank you Jeff for featuring "Hurricane Glimpse" in the North Carolina Photography Group!

Thank you Darren for featuring "Hurricane Glimpse" in the Water Water and Water Group!

Thank you Arjun!

Thank you Lenore as always!

Great moment, perfectly captured!

Love it! v/f

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