Blown Away



Last night's storms passed us by, but left an awesome display of nature's power.



SOOC Sunday

53 comments:

  1. Wow! Incredible photos. We are experiencing hail, thunder presently. It has rained for a week. Everyone's grass is knee high! Stay safe.

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  2. Cool captures and dramatic sky! The second shot of the cloud formation is awesome! Happy Monday!

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  3. Awesome clouds! Glad you weren't hit hard, we had flooding on Friday, but managed to escape more on Saturday and Sunday. Thank goodness, since we are beyond saturated.

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  4. The photos are both wonderful. The cloud formation of the second one is outstanding.

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  5. Wow, that is stunning, and worthy of printing and framing. glad you are Ok.

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  6. I've never seen a thunderhead like the one in your photograph. Awesome.

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  7. What amazing photographs of those incredibly awesome clouds! Wowzers!!!!

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  8. Oh my gosh, that doesn't even look like a cloud, shaped as it is. Great capture on these, Terri.

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  9. Wow - those are quite the amazing clouds! Glad you captured them.

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  10. Love that last shot - am sure you haven't enjoyed the weather tho. Stay safe!

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  11. as a storm looks very threatening, but just that's what makes it so intresting, great cloud formations, lightning and various color games.
    Very beautiful photos
    regards frank

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  12. FANTASTIC shot, Terri! xo Diana

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  13. My goodness that looks like an explosion, Terri!

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  14. It may have mostly missed you but that first picture is a bit scary. I thought of you when it looked like your area would get the most of the storms. Glad you were spared any damage. We just got a few boomers.

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  15. Wow! That does look very menacing.

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  16. oh my goodness...those are some very cool clouds!

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  17. Wow! Huge cumulus clouds are my favorite.

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  18. Wow! Those are some awesome clouds!

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  19. My goodness! What amazing clouds against that beautiful blue sky! Hope you don't have storms this week! Sweet hugs, Diane

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  20. Amazing clouds! We had lots of rain, wind, & some small hail! No stunning clouds like these though!

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  21. Yes I think so.

    We just had some bad storms go by us, in fact we were under a tornado watch.

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  22. Powerful captures!




    ALOHA from Honolulu,
    ComfortSpiral

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  23. WOW! These are spectacular shots.

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  24. Wow! I love that second photo. In fact I love both of them.

    Diana

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  25. Really like that second shot.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  26. Happy to hear you missed the storm. So much of the country is plagued with them right now, including here in Texas. I was away for part of the weekend and missed a rather large hailstorm here. Good timing on my part! Actually, I guess it was luck!

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  27. very cool! I love clouds (and trees) (and critters)

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  28. spectacular!!! that second cloud is awesome... so happy you are safe from those storms... they are every where now.. all over the world in fact.. glorious cloud shots

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  29. Beautiful, but a little scary. Glad you had no damage.

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  30. The second shot looks like a wooly little lamb lying down atop something, also wooly. LOL! Those are the kinds of storms one is happy to have pass by.

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  31. Wow, beautiful and scary at the same time.

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  32. Oh! I totally love it! That last shot I mean.

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  33. Unbelievable! Those pictures give me goosebumps. We had thunderstorms during the night, last night.

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  34. Wow! Gorgeous shots, but a little frightening!

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  35. That last cloud is ominous but beautiful!

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  36. Oh my gosh, those cloud formations are amazing.

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  37. They are amazing, supernatural, they just don't even look real!!

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  38. Am glad you are fine! That second cloud pic is unreal--wow! STAY safe:)
    Blessings, Aimee

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  39. Hi Terri, The cloud photos are awesome! And on earlier post ... the young man with the yellow t-shirt ... it is so refreshing to see a young person with a statement like that on the shirt ... I love it ... Thanks for sharing your blog!

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  40. Awesome shots! We are sky watchers, too.

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  41. I hope you and your home came through unscathed after seeing those huge thunderclouds! They are just awesome...as long as they don't have tornadoes in them, or damaging hail.

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  42. Incredeible cloud shapes and patterns. An unbelievable sight. Quite intimidating.

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  43. Oh my great shots , hope all is well and it has now passed.

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  44. Terry I have never seen a cloud that big. Wow!!!!! Stay safe.

    Also we are not allowed to have cellphones on in Canada to use while driving . Just a speaker no hands.
    A comment you had said on my comment talking about cellphones. With my pic of car-crashes.

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