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“The curious world we inhabit is more wonderful than convenient; more beautiful than it is useful; it is more to be admired and enjoyed than used.” H. D. Thoreau
Looks like a heavy dust storm spinning in! A dramatic sight!
Awesome SWF post!
Great captures. In Australia we call them willie-willies. They can be frightening, especially when you are taking off in a small plane and one rips across the runway.
Wow...these are stunning photos! Amazing!
Great photos and dramatic shots!Thank you for it!
An incredible shot! Witnessing tornado must be a great experience!
wow! amazing photos!
Hi! Nice captures. Very dramatic! Thank you for sharing.
Wow, very cool sighting and capture of the dust storm. Beautiful colors and wonderful photos.
When I was young, I was in many a sandstorm but I don't remember one PINK or looking like a funnel. Nice find. I hope you are okay.JM IllinoisU.S.A.
what a capture!!! but didnt it affect you at all? from the way it looks, it couldnt have been too far off..
Like its name, it looks scary and dramatic. Stunning shot!http://www.womenandperspectives.com/2013/03/sky-watch-hill-view.html
wow! stunning pics! thanx for sharing your piece of heaven with us :)
What dramatic shots. Awesome.
amazing! a dust tornado---another force of nature.
Nice! When we get tornadoes here, I run away from them. :)
An awesome capture, but one place I would not want to be when this was coming.
Fantastic shots. Happy sky watching.My sky.
Amazing! I've seen these out in the S CA desert, but never this large!
Looks real eerie.
That's amazing. Everything around the dust devil is so clear and crisp looking! Not for long....
Sehr beeindruckend !robert geiß
Wow! I've seen small dust-devils (about two or three feet high) but never anything like this. Fabulous photos!K
Wow !Molto interessante questo effetto naturale !Myriam
As the name suggests.. it's quite frightening.. great shot !
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