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19 of Mother Nature's Purest Natural Rain Sounds - Nature Sounds, Mother Nature Sound FX, Zen Music Garden, Zen Music Garden, Mother Nature Sound FX, Nature Sounds. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Nature's Fury. Collection by Sandy Welcher. All Nature, Science And Nature, Amazing Nature, Tornados, Thunderstorms, Thunder And Lightning, Lightning Storms, Lightning Bolt, Lightning Tattoo. Lava Volcan Eruption Beautiful World Beautiful Places Fuerza Natural Dame Nature Foto Poster Natural Phenomena Science And Nature. Best pictures of the day - live. Contact Mother nature's wonder on Messenger. Mother nature's wonder updated their cover photo. 27 April 2016 . Natural Wonder is a live album by American musician Stevie Wonder, released in 1995 and recorded in Osaka, Japan. It is his fourth live album after Recorded Live: The 12 Year Old Genius 1963, Stevie Wonder Live 1970, and Live at the Talk of the Town also 1970. Dancing to the Rhythm 7:07. Love's in Need of Love Today 6:02. Master Blaster Jammin' 3:36. Stevie Ray Blues 2:27. Additional instrumentation: Saxophone on Days of Thunder: Thomas Edinger Synth solo on Kick Drums & Red Wine: Tim McEwan & Oliver McEwan. Please, if you enjoy the album, support the creators, buy IT. Natural events remind us that we are small and vulnerable-and that living on this dynamic planet will always entail risk. Natures Fury is proudly sponsored by. Subscribe to our newsletter. Sign Up. American Museum of Natural History 200 Central Park West New York, NY 10024-5102 Phone: 212-769-5100. Open daily from 10 am - 5:45 pm except on Thanksgiving and Christmas. Maps & Directions . Lava is everywhere, scorching the earth, the fires continue to burn and destroy. The wind rages, the thunder booms, the lightning flashes, the flames consume, the earth falls away, and the lava melts everything. The raindrops hit my cheek, leaving dark streaks from the ash. I look around at this Hell, and can only watch as my world is destroyed. Eventually the rain stops falling, the flames run out of things to consume, the lava stops flowing, the booming of the thunder is replaced by silence, the lightning is gone as quickly as it had came, everything becomes still, but the damage is already. new artist. existing artist. The Days of Thunder. There is a Japanese term: Mono no aware. It means basically, the sad beauty of seeing time pass - the aching awareness of impermanence. These are the days that we will return to one day in the future only in memories. The Midnight is a marriage between a songwriter from the Deep South and a producer from Denmark who both live in Los Angeles. The songs were written in North Hollywood and Santa Monica over two years and represent the first fruit of The Midnight. This is our love song to our city and a testament to the weight these years can hold. released July 15, 2014. While not Mother Natures gift per se, this swing lets you see the world from a birds eye view with your bare eyes no musty airplane windows included for this natural wonder. Visit the Moeraki Boulders in New Zealand. Its a dinosaur egg, its a giant marble, its a 50-million-year-old mass of exumed condensed sediment formed beneath the ground While you cant take them home in your pocket like you can a seashell, these massive, two foot-high spherical boulders that dot New Zealands shore are certainly an unusual way to experience the beach. From violent volcanoes to horrifying hurricanes, Mother Natures fury is a sight to behold. With so much human conflict and suffering, we often underestimate the awesome and destructive power of nature. While the science behind these events is utterly fascinating, the consequences can be dire and we must respect the power of the planet we live in. Here are 30 chilling reminders of natures fury: 2. Chaiten Volcano Chana, Chile May 2008. Photograph by Carlos Gutierrez