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21 April 2012

Asperatus Over Chincoteague

Chincoteague Island on the eastern shore of the Delmarva Peninsula is famous for its wild ponies. they’ve roamed the island or centuries and the present ponies may be descendants from a doomed ship that sank near shore in the 17th century. It’s also famous for some incredible scenery and a beautiful lighthouse that was rebuilt during the Lincoln Administration. It is not famous for ASPERATUS CLOUDS but the pic above shows a beautiful display of them on Wed. 17 April. …


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