Hungarian Vintage Glider Club

Hungarian Vintage Glider Club

Hungarian Vintage Glider Club
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The first Hungarians 2 Nándor Opitz is about to take off with his type R-22sv SuperFutár D glider on the airfield of Dunakeszi, in 1958. Nándor Opitz became the first Hungarian to get a diamond badge with his 518 km flown distance achieved with the same glider during the 1958 World Gliding  Championships in Leszno.

The first Hungarians 2 Nándor Opitz is about to take off with his type R-22sv SuperFutár D glider on the airfield of Dunakeszi, in 1958. Nándor Opitz became the first Hungarian to get a diamond badge with his 518 km flown distance achieved with the same glider during the 1958 World Gliding Championships in Leszno.

Nacreous clouds, McMurdo Station, Antarctica by Deven Stross

Nacreous clouds ~ sometimes called mother of pearl clouds, rare but once seen never forgotten. Mostly visible within 2 hours after sunset or dawn. McMurdo Station, Antarctica by Deven Stross

Incredible storm in the sea.

I am a TOTAL weather nerd. So I've combined two of my fav things.weather and Italy! Water Spout, Liguria, Italy photo via besttravelphotos

A rare cloud formation called a mammatus, where clouds take on a bubble-like shape, appeared in the skies above Regina, Saskatchewan in Canada following a thunderstorm on June 26.

A rare cloud formation called a mammatus, where clouds take on a bubble-like shape, appeared in the skies above Regina, Saskatchewan in Canada. Love it!