Keep Warm Travel Underground; by Kathleen Stenning, 1925. ‘Keep Warm Travel Underground’ was part of a four poster set to encourage people to Travel Underground, the other three posters promote use to help navigation (‘Don’t Get Lost’) during rainfall (‘Avoid the Wet’) and thunderstorms (‘Take Cover’).
1. Yeah! We did great in the 1940s high five. 2. Okay I get that the last high five didn't work out but don't leave me hanging. Please? 3. Dude! Just high five me for once. Good gosh! 4. Woah! I just want a high five don't kill me. Common.
An incredible roll cloud dominates the skies above the photographer's house in Australia. Roll clouds ocurr ahead of storm fronts The roll cloud is a subtype of arcus cloud - the funnel is horizontal and does not connect to the ground.The other subtype of arcus is a shelf cloud, which also often appear to precede storm fronts.