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Storm in Bacalar lagoon, Mexico. Interesting how the lightning forks just behind (or perhaps through) the cloud.

JFK assassination files: Oswald meets KGB officer at Soviet embassy in Mexico City - USA TODAY

JFK assassination files: Oswald meets KGB officer at Soviet embassy in Mexico City - USA TODAY

Cancun Underwater Museum - Mexico

Cancun Underwater Museum is a series of sculptures by Jason de Caires Taylor placed underwater off the coast of Isla de Mujeres and Cancun, Mexico.

Cancun Underwater Museum is a series of sculptures by Jason deCaires Taylor placed underwater off the coast of Isla de Mujeres and Cancún, Mexico. The project began in November 2009 with placement of a hundred statues in shallow waters of the Cancún National Marine Park, which had been previously damaged by storms.

Cancun Underwater Museum is a series of sculptures by Jason deCaires Taylor placed underwater off the coast of Isla de Mujeres and Cancún, Mexico.

The leaning tower of butterflies: Mass of Monarchs in Mexico makes the heart flutter with joy

The leaning tower of butterflies: Mass of Monarchs in Mexico makes the heart flutter with joy

Monarch butterflies line a branch of a bush in the Pedro Herrada butterfly sanctuary on a mountain in the Mexican state of Michoacan

Odd-shaped clouds spark a social media storm in Mexico

Odd-shaped clouds spark a social media storm in Mexico

A cloud, shaped like the arm and hand of a giant, was spotted in the town of Uruapan in the western Mexican state of Michoacan - and had residents debating whether it was a sign.

Albuquerque Lightning, Albuquerque, New Mexco, by Knate Myers, on 500px.

Albuquerque Lightning, Albuquerque, New Mexco, by Knate Myers It looks like a face is looking directly down, with lightning coming from it and you can make out a nose beneath the eye.

This storm in Mexico is probably what the end of the world would look like - The Washington Post

This storm in Mexico is probably what the end of the world would look like

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