Into the Storm

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© Cheryl Andrews
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UploadedJuly 3, 2011
TakenJuly 3, 2011
MakePentax
ModelPENTAX K-x
Exposure1/15 sec at f/4
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length23.13 mm
ISO400

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Taken at Ingersoll, in Southwestern Ontario driving through "Tornado Alley" west from Port Dover on the shores of Lake Erie to Mount Brydges just before sunset.

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5 responses

  • Carol Holmes

    Carol Holmes gave props (3 Jul 2011):

    ominous ...one of the scariest things in life to me (tornadoes)

  • Cid Couture-White

    Cid Couture-White gave props (12 Jul 2011):

    Unnerving to see the edges of the clouds look like they are starting to roll! A 'wow' capture!

  • Cheryl Andrews

    Cheryl Andrews   said (14 Jul 2011):

    Cid - A very strange storm. When we got to Mount Brydges the sky was a firety orange-red, not a drop of rain fell but sheet lightning was so huge the sky would from orange-red to daylight-blue every strike and the thunder shook the house ... went on for a couple of hours.

  • John Linton

    John Linton gave props (29 Jul 2011):

    Panoramarrific!

  • Dennis Watts

    Dennis Watts gave props (8 Aug 2011):

    fantastic image, very moody

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