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  • Carolyn Jarrett

    "Harvest time," photo series by Franz Schumacher ~ Summer storm at harvest time in Strohgaeu Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany

  • Cheryl/Cher/Anne Miller/Van Dorn

    When Hell Breaks Loose ... summer storm at harvest time in Strohgau / Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany So dangerous but so beautiful, Mother Nature Rules...

  • s,ytuomhyptimmpe

    Thunderstorm over field. Photo by Franz Schumacher

  • Stacy Norsworthy

    Harvest time - why is my first thought.."the hay's going to get wet", not "cool storm clouds!"

  • Hans Gunsberger

    When Hell Breaks Loose ... summer storm at harvest time in Strohgau / Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany. You can't beat a German thunderstorm!

  • Paula Bee's Space

    Harvest time (by: Franz Schumacher)... this photo looks as if someone HAD been harvesting, BUT with that storm coming?!!!... that looks like a large tornado on the ground on the left side of photo, and was shot as the harvesters were running for cover!!!

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