Volcanic lightning! All Hell’s let loose when a volcano erupts… So much in the way of static and electrical charge is released, THIS can happen. Blue Lava - When the sulfuric gases in lava combust at a particularly high temperature, the lava turns blue. It’s especially visible at night. Webbed trees – When monsoon season hits Pakistan, spiders hide out in trees. Danxia Landforms – These remarkable Chinese landscapes are the result of thousands of years of different mineral build ups. Lenticular clouds – They may look like mountain hats but they’re actually clouds that occur when moist air congregates at the top of a mountain. Maelstroms – A ‘maelstrom’ is when two tidal waves collide and cause sinkholes in the water that – if big enough – can suck in boats. Rainbow-coloured trees – Strip away the bark of the Australian Eucalyptus tree and you’ll see a quite staggering sight. Underwater waterfalls – Sudden drops in the ocean bed can look quite magical, like this one in Mauritius. Never ending storms – The river Catatumbo in Venezuela has unique weather conditions that can cause non-stop storms for up to six months. ‘Sky Punch’ (aka Fallstreaks) – When the water temperature of a cloud is at freezing, but it hasn’t actually frozen yet, these odd-looking things occur. Rain Bomb (microburst) - Weather phenomenon where hot air rises and mixes with heavy rain-bearing clouds. This hot air then evaporates the water in the cloud, causing a swift cooling of the air around it, which starts to sink. The descending cool air pulls the remaining raindrops with it, creating an extreme downpour.