Top 10 Weather Photographs: 7/22/2014




The top 10 weather photographs shared in the Mr Twister
Weather Snapshot group on July 20th 2014

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#1 Stephen Ofsthun (377 Likes)

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 Taken at Lake Thunderbird last year!

#2 Justin Battles (297 Likes)

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 Bradenton Beach, Florida this past Wednesday. Single image. Canon 6d, Iso 100, f4.5 24mm 30 seconds

#3 Aaron Rigsby (253 Likes)

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I snapped this while I was in Acadia National Park at Sand Beach. This is a 2 image composition, the sky shot is at ISO 4000 at 30 seconds and F2.8.  The ground shot is a 2 minute exposure at ISO 2000 and F2.8.

#4 Joel Christopherson (212 Likes)

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 Last Monday here in Fort Worth Texas, I decided to chase a marginal storm day, really just hoping for a few decent landscape photos. Well, around 4:30 in the afternoon, as I approached a vantage point to the southwest of downtown, I observed this storm begin to exhibit downburst signs, and watched it overtake the city(pictured in the right side of this frame). It was an incredible sight!

#5 Marc Russo (206 Likes)

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 Thanks to Perth weather live post about the stormfront approaching Saturday here in Perth Western Australia. I tooka drive down the beach and snapped this panorama

#6 Colt Forney (193 Likes)

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 June 12, 2010 Spearman, TX Beautiful shelf as this storm gusted out.

#7 Glenn Patterson (180 Likes)

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 Here’s a Shot over by Lake Altus Oklahoma on October 4th 2013. Did my Best to get the Colors Right on this one, little tough with that Bolt Over Exposing the Right portion of the shot, but I think I Succeeded. ISO 800 f/8.0 for 6 Seconds. Enjoy

#8 Dave Ewoldt (174 likes)

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 Early season storms sparking over SW Oklahoma near Tom Steed Lake. 23-Apr-2014

#9 Jason Persoff (164 Likes)

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 Chasing with Jim Leonard on 5/22/2004, we intercepted the southwestern flank of what became the Hallam, Nebraska, tornado (until last year, the widest tornado on record at 2.4 miles in diameter). The fact that rotation can be seen as high up as the anvil, and that the vertical velocity of the updraft was so powerful, there are undulating ripples in the anvil, speaks to the intensity of this storm. The farmhouse in the foreground really accentuates the low LCLs, and the sheer power of this storm.

#10 Jay Bell (154 Likes)

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 A bit of a throwback….June 18, 2011. Near Bartlesville, OK.

 

Congrats Everyone!

Zach Roberts

Zach Roberts

Owner/Storm Chaser/Photographer at Mr Twister
Hello and welcome my fellow photography and weather enthusiasts! I hope you enjoy my website and my photography. Nothing else in the world compares to seeing the beauty of mother nature in person, and I truly enjoying sharing my passion with you.
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