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Fulgurite, the name for fossilized lightning, are natural hollow glass tubes formed in quartzose sand, or silica, or soil by lightning strikes and are formed when lightning with a temperature of at least 1,800 degrees Celsius / 3272 Fahrenheit instantaneously melts silica on a conductive surface and fuses grains together.

Fulgurites: High-Glass Digs Where Lightning Goes To Die

Petrified Lightning --Fulgurites, or “petrified lightning”, are the glassy trails of lightning strikes left in sandy soil or exposed rocks. As fragile as they are beautiful, fulgurites are the next best thing to holding a lightning bolt in your hand!

Death Valley National Park, California; photo by Ted Gore on 500px

Death Valley under a perfectly clear night sky, Eastern California, North America, by Ted Gore Photography

Norway 2011

Suede, Gaia, Norway, Celtic, Europe

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Spiral Iceberg by Steve Bulford - look at the face in upper right. I want to visit a glacier and/or a large ice region in my lifetime, before they are all melted away.

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Volcano Lava Kilauea, Hawaii // take me to Hawaii :3 please!

25 Adorable and Breathtaking Places Around the World - Volcano Lava Kilauea, Hawaii, USA