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Thread: Painting storms

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    Painting storms

    http://www.weather.com/multimedia/vi...r_outlet_video

    You'll have to view a commercial first but worth the wait.

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    Amazing...........I loved some of those paintings

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    WOW !!!! Good one Robert. I absolutely, completely, totally love tornados! They are awesome... the paintings too. LOL

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    Wow, such a cool subject. It's a wonder why more people haven't done it yet? Perhaps it's because we have a lot more storm chasers now to take photos of the events (tornadoes in particular).

    Thanks for sharing RobertSWade.
    Nothing is easy to the unwilling.

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    I got very close to a tornado once. I was in Nebraska playing drums in a traveling rock band. One of the guys and I took a day trip to do some photography with his camera. We found ourselves in the middle of dropping funnel clouds, one of which tore apart a pig farm about 200 yards from us. It's true, they do sound like freight trains. Going 40 miles an hour backwards in a 1975 GMC Suburban on a dirt road is an interesting experience also. :shock:

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    Pretty awe inspiring -- I must say that getting that close to a tornado -- funnels dropping all around, geez.

    And when it hit the pig farm, that must have been a sh*t storm for real.

    I bet you played a particularly adrenalin charged drum session that night. The hyper flams and diddles were so close together it may have sounded like a solid tone rather than a beat.

    As to the art -- sort of like Zeus' phallus -- the action adventure continues -- the creative and receptive principles -- from a cell's eye view.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Thanks for sharing that. There were some pretty cool painting styles in her
    artwork. Not sure I would want one hanging in my home.
    Definitely some fine painting skills though.

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