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  • Janet Stephan

    Mother Nature can really unleash some fury when she wants to. Its amazing how something can be so destructive and beautiful at the same time

  • Karen H

    Kansas tornado: A rare close-up of a tornado from within 150 feet. The twister sucks up dirt as it churns across a rural landscape in western Kansas on May 8, 2008. *Jenn's note: This is not a tornado. It's a very nice, well formed dust devil or gustnado, however you prefer. Note the lack of storm/wall cloud above it.

  • Julie Harriman

    Weather in my home state: Kansas tornado: A rare close-up of a tornado from within 150 feet. The twister sucks up dirt as it churns across a rural landscape in western Kansas on May 8, 2008.

  • Witching Moon

    Storms Tornadoes: Kansas tornado: A rare close-up of a tornado from within 150 feet. The twister sucks up dirt as it churns across a rural landscape in western Kansas, on May 8, 2008.

  • TC Kasse

    Kansas tornado: A rare close-up of a tornado from within 150 feet. The twister sucks up dirt as it churns across a rural landscape in western Kansas on May 8, 2008. What a powerful photo of nature in its fury.

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