The Campo Colorado tornado was thought to be the most photogenic tornado of 2012
Double Waterspouts, Honolulu, Hawaii
Photo by Bob Bush, a finalist in Smithsonian Magazine's 10th Annual Photo Contest. Photos are open to public voting through March 29, 2013 and a ‘Readers Choice’ award will be announced along with the rest of the winners. Vote here~ http://www.smithsonianmag.com/photocontest/10th-annual/Vote-for-the-10th-Annual-Photo-Contest-Viewers-Choice.html sands, bobs, tree, sand dune, smithsonian magazin, natur, magazines, deserts, photographi
Poppies before a storm - Philipp Klinger
Touchdown! - Philipp Klinger
Real - Photo and Caption by Zachary Caron "Placid Awe" The awesome power of this tornado, just south of Parker Colorado, is evident by the amount of earth being consumed in its vortex. Despite this power, Mother Nature was just putting on a spectacular show; only a single tree was damaged. twister, national geographic, weather, cloud, earth, tornados, storm, mother nature, bucket lists
On September 8, 1900, Galveston, Texas is hit by a hurricane that kills over 6,000 (6,000!) people.
Frame Of The Storm Clouds From Sony World Photography Awards 2012. (3)
"Landspout Tornado, Western Kansas, 2008" - A rare, close-range photo of a non-supercellular tornado, filled with swirling dirt, grinding across a farm road in western Kansas on May 8, 2008. Extreme weather photographer Jim Reed captured this image within 150 feet of the twister. The award-winning image is the official photo of the 2012 Extreme Weather Congress in Hamburg, Germany. farm, twister, natur, weather, cloud, earth, road, tornados, storm
Landspout Tornado, Kansas USA - Close-Range Photo by Jim Reed
Waterspouts (at least, those classified as non-tornadic) generally begin their life cycle at the water’s surface before climbing up into the sky. They occur in high humidity, when warm water temperatures interact with cold air. stormi weather, mother natur, extrem natur, amaz weather, natur phenomenon, cloud, life cycl, scari waterspout, water temperatur
Hurricane Irene, 2011. A surfer passes the broken end of the Bogue Inlet Fishing Pier in Emerald Isle, N.C. on August 28, 2011. Hurricane Irene spent 12 hours scouring the coast, killed at least five people, brought pockets of flooding that required rescues along the sounds, and left nearly a half-million customers without power. (John Rottet/The News & Observer/AP) emeralds, babi wave, news, pockets, fishing, hurrican iren, people, bogu, emerald isle
Hurricane Irene pics.