While traveling through Tucson, Arizona, Bryan Sinder managed to catch a fascinating natural phenomenon on film. The 29-year-old storm chaser was ready and waiting to capture a sudden rainstorm on camera. He managed to capture a ‘rain bomb’ or ‘wet microburst,’ which has rarely ever been seen on film. A ‘rain bomb’ can be as wide as 2 miles and occurs when a cold jet of air drops through a storm and pulls a tremendous amount of rain with it. Watch the center of the rain column in the video below, you don’t want to miss this!
As documented by YouTuber Shwoodshop, SunRay Kelley creates the most incredible forest houses as extensions of the living landscape around them. Talk about melting into your surroundings! These homes are developed with natural materials, a lot of skill and a truly unique vision. One of the most interesting features of these houses are the forest gardens […]