The Sorting Tornado? 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 Photo by Jim Reed (I think).
Mammatus Clouds - "True to their ominous appearance, mammatus clouds are often harbingers of a coming storm or other extreme weather system. Typically composed primarily of ice, they can extend for hundreds of miles in each direction.
"Amazing photo of Mount Ararat, Turkey". except, Mount Ararat has been dormant for at least years Millenium, B. This is a photo manipulation by Sako Tchilingirian. The ash cloud is from a Chilean volcano.
The awesome power of this tornado, just south of Parker Colorado, is evident by the amount of earth being consumed in its vortex. Despite this power, Mother Nature was just putting on a spectacular show; only a single tree was damaged. By Zachary Caron
In every storm, there is a rainbow visible somewhere because there is always light nearby. In the storms of life, there is always something beautiful because God is nearby. We just need to take the time to look for our rainbow.