Kunjarra Ceremonial Grounds

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Kunjarra Ceremonial Grounds.

This picture shows laminar flow amongst the clouds, as air currents of different density -- generated from distant thunderstorm cells -- collide over the granite boulders.

Image: Barry Slade, 2007 (NewScientist calendar 2008). [Much larger view]

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