Sunset photos after/during severe WX

Sunsets are the best ... here's a tip I picked up from Hollingshead ... on supercell/tornado days after following the fun, force yourself to step back to the west. Even if you are under a monster, when you head west and emerge from the base you'll be treated to quite a show almost every time. Here are a couple of favorites from this year - - -

SE Nebraska - NW Missouri in April, 2004:

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Vermillion, SD:

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Here's one more from this year that I'll throw into the mix. I wish I could have gotten just a little better exposure out of the foreground - was using a sunset filter as it was - this was the best of about ten shots of this sunset that followed a severe storm in June -


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Originally posted by Morgan Palmer
>finger of god

it was a wall that had choked itself off a few minutes before.

MP

I like to look at clouds and see objects and sort in them. To me, it just looks like an extended finger pointing. :oops:
 
Originally posted by Anela Hamilton+--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Anela Hamilton)</div>
<!--QuoteBegin-Morgan Palmer
>finger of god

it was a wall that had choked itself off a few minutes before.

MP

I like to look at clouds and see objects and sort in them. To me, it just looks like an extended finger pointing. :oops:[/b]

Bobby Eddin's photo looks like a rearing horse. :D
 
Awesome photos, everyone! Guess it just proves storm chasers get to see the coolest things, huh? :D
 
Great pictures veryone!
LOVE THEM :D

Hey Aaron where did you take the picture that you posted?
 
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