Twin Waterspouts captured on camera off Gonio in Georgia

Breathtaking shots from what we can presume an airplane window seat!

Twin Waterspouts have been captured on camera off Gonio in Georgia – see in the photos below.

Photo credit: Simona Skybova
Photo credit: Simona Skybova

The photos were captured by Simona Skybova on the day the Waterspouts struck – Thursday, 13th June.

However, the photos were posted by Weather/Meteo World on their official Twitter account.

You can find more of our articles on Waterspouts here and here.

Twin Waterspouts captured on camera in southern Thailand

Majestic looking is an understatement!

Twin Waterspouts have been captured on camera (UP CLOSE) in southern Thailand – Krabi, on southern Thailand’s west coast to be precise – watch in the video below.

The video was captured by Joey Santini on the day the Waterspouts churned up the ocean off the coast of Krabi – last Wednesday, 5th June. Santini posted the video on his official photography account.

Find another video of the Waterspouts below. In this video you can see beachgoers looking in awe at the twins.

Because we love our readers, we’ve dug up some more video – watch below.

You can find more of our articles on Waterspouts here and here.

TWINS! Twin Waterspouts captured on camera in Marseille, France

Extrêmement belle! Meaning extremely beautiful. Twin Waterspouts have been captured on camera in Marseille, France – see in the photo below.

Photo credit: Pierik Photo

Pierik Photo captured this incredible image yesterday – 6th April. However, Severe Weather Europe posted it on their official Twitter account.

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Twin Waterspouts captured on camera in Netanya, Israel

You have to see it to believe it! We can’t forget to mention the spectacular lightning storm.

Spectacular! Twin waterspouts – with lightning – have been captured on camera in Netanya, Israel – see in the photos below.

Photo credit: Tal Barnea
Photo credit: Tal Barnea
Photo credit: Tal Barnea

It’s the once in a lifetime shot. The photos were captured by Tal Barnea on the 24th March. Barnea posted the photos on his Facebook account.

UPDATE: A timelapse video of the twin Waterspouts has emerged online. Watch in the video below.

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