Le photographe américain Mitch Dobrowner arpente Tornado Alley et les Grandes Plaines des États-Unis à la recherche des tempêtes et des ...

Le photographe américain Mitch Dobrowner arpente Tornado Alley et les Grandes Plaines des États-Unis à la recherche des tempêtes et des ...

bluedragonkaiser:  vondell-swain:  vondell-swain:  missyzu:  Fire from a burning building being sucked into a tornado.  wh get out of there fireman what are you doing there’s a tornado  I can’t stop laughing at this fireman he’s just standing there going “well darn, look at that. fire tornado. huh.”  "That tornado’s carrying a car!"  Everything changed after the Fire Nation attacked

bluedragonkaiser: vondell-swain: vondell-swain: missyzu: Fire from a burning building being sucked into a tornado. wh get out of there fireman what are you doing there’s a tornado I can’t stop laughing at this fireman he’s just standing there going “well darn, look at that. fire tornado. huh.” "That tornado’s carrying a car!" Everything changed after the Fire Nation attacked

Famous photographer and storm chaser Ryan McGinnis captured these stunning pictures of an arcus cloud that rolled just north of Kearney, Nebraska, on August 7th.  This sweet storm’s amazing appearance is the result of great storm structure and perfect lighting, with the sun going down behind the storm and illuminating the cloud with an orange glow.

Famous photographer and storm chaser Ryan McGinnis captured these stunning pictures of an arcus cloud that rolled just north of Kearney, Nebraska, on August 7th. This sweet storm’s amazing appearance is the result of great storm structure and perfect lighting, with the sun going down behind the storm and illuminating the cloud with an orange glow.

A severe thunderstorm sparked the imagination of Kotsiopoulos, On Ikaria Island, he set his camera on a tripod and took repeated exposures, then combined 70 of them into a single frame. "After 83 minutes," he says, "I ended up with this wall of lightning"

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