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A Decade of Haboobs Cloud Landscapes in Thick Walls of Dust in a New Timelapse by Mike Olbinski




April 8, 2022

Grace Ebert

When strong winds gush out of a collapsing thunderstorm as it rips throughout a dry landscape, they sometimes generate a thick wall of dust acknowledged as a haboob. Photographer and storm chaser Mike Olbinski (earlier) has been documenting these monumental climate occasions for the past 10 years and not long ago compiled dozens of clips into a dramatic timelapse exhibiting just how immediately these phenomena type and subsequently obscure visibility. Taken between 2011 and 2021, the included footage signifies a smaller portion of Olbinski’s adventures, which you can see far more of on YouTube and Instagram.




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