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  • cecelia blackson

    In this picture it is a tornado it has grey clouds and the funnel is white and at the end of the funnel is brown and that is all the dirt that the funnel is picking up and throwing around. I love tornadoes I fell in love with them when I saw the movie called, "Twister" and after that I told my mom I want to chase them. I fell bad for people that live in places where they get hit with these cause they lose so much they lose things that can not be replaced and they lose friends and family members

  • Gitte Daphne Lætgaard Tinning

    Mother Nature! skypumpe, clouds, field, storm, surreal, amazing, panorama, landscape, powerful, photo.

  • This Is Taylor

    Mother Nature! #tornado #mothernature #nature #storm #twister

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