Weather phenomena are often complicated and changeable, so it is very difficult to take pictures about them. Fortunately, some professional and amateur photographers have captured the unforgettable moments. The Burj Khalifa in Dubai hit by a lightning, theStatue of Liberty struck by a lightning bolt, the woman plunging into freezing water and the passenger plane flying out of an enormous storm are among most amazing weather pictures of 2010.
Mahmoud Hamdan had captured an image of the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, hit by lightning when a huge electrical storm rolled in over the United Arab Emirates.
The Burj Khalifa is 828m (2,717 ft) high
New York photographer Jay Fine spent one night challenging the in Battery Park City, Manhattan to take an outstanding picture about the Statue of Liberty struck by a lightning bolt.
The particular bolt of lightning was captured at 8.45 p.m. on September 22
If people see beautiful snow rolls, they may think that the artworks were created by human hands. Surprisingly, these snow rolls were produced by the wind outside Yeovil in a place called Mudford Sock.
The larger ones are about 14 inches high
A car was submerged in the frozen Union canal near Winchburgh, Scotland after it was plunged through the ice.
Deep ices prevented the driver from observing the front frozen canal
A woman plunged into freezing water in the River Ribble at Brungerley Bridge, Clitheroe, Lancashire to rescue her stricken Labrador when the ice broke. The dog became frantic after falling through ice and the woman tried to edge towards it.
The man coming along with her used the pet’s lead to drag her and the dog safely
Ice clung to trees and grass along the lakefront in Chicago after a wind gusting 40 miles per hour blew waves onto the shore and freezing temperatures quickly turned the spray into ice.
The image was shot at a lakefront in Chicago
A man got a look at the sun from Bodega Head, California when the first large Pacific storm moved inland bringing heavy rains and high winds.
Thin high clouds ahead of the front contained millions of tiny ice crystals
Doug Roane, a physician and semi-professional photographer, captured the scene of the passenger plane flying out of an enormous storm in Montana, USA when he was driving home from his grandson’s first birthday party.
The passenger plane seemed to be swallowed up by the enormous storm
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