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  • Courtney Goff

    I'm obsessed with mother nature.

  • Daniella French

    Tornado, Somewhere, The World. Not sure when or where I'll see one of these...my grandad came to me in a dream some years ago with the message of 'get insurance and be careful' with reference to my plans to get up close and personal with one of these. So maybe this 'place' ought to be last on my bucket list? ;)

  • Jennifer Buchholz

    Bucket list. Take a picture of a tornado. Even if I have to ride with a storm chaser when I'm 80 :)

  • Linda Heuston

    Eerily beautiful... but why has this scene been apart of my dreams almost every night for many years, past life traumatic experience?!

  • LDS Emergency Resources

    We aren't in Kansas anymore.... #Tornadoes #LDSEmergencyResources

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