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This amazing storm timelapse makes rainclouds look like floating waterfalls

When I’m heading out location scouting or to do a shoot, we often drive through rain 3 or 4 times before we get there. The weather around here is full of all sorts of different microclimates, some small, some large. So it’s not uncommon to see columns of rain coming down in the distance. Rarely, [...] The post This amazing storm timelapse makes rainclouds look like floating waterfalls appeared first on DIY Photography.
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