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Remnants of a funnel cloud

Gleb Berloff

After trying and failing to get a decent timelapse, I went out to see if there were any more mammatus clouds, my house being right under the anvil of a storm. I looked out of a window pointing to the west and almost had a heart attack. It was the best funnel cloud I have ever SEEN, a grey finger pointing towards the earth from a deck of especially dark cloud. But, for once, even my speed was not enough to catch it. When I shifted location to get a better view, it had fallen apart. The tendrils reaching from the cloud are where it was. It would have been a spectacular image had I caught it

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Cambridge, UK severe weather

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  • Taken with SONY DSC-H400
  • Focal Length 43 mm
  • Exposure Time 1/400
  • f Aperture f/4.8
  • ISO Speed 80

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Thank you for sharing your very professional photograph of the mammatus clouds. The clouds are awe-inspiring.

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