Archive for the ‘Cumulonimbus’ Tag
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The photo below is a scan of a 35mm slide. I took this photo years ago with my old Argus C-3 camera looking eastward from Haulover Beach, in northern Dade County (now Miami-Dade County). It looks like some interesting action was going on up there to make the anvil take that sharp turn as it flared out.