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This was a very dangerous storm near Dimmit, Texas. The location of this photograph is over 60 miles away from the center of the storm itself which... more
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This was a very dangerous storm near Dimmit, Texas. The location of this photograph is over 60 miles away from the center of the storm itself which was producing massive hail and many tornadoes. One of the tornadoes from this storm was 1.5 miles wide at the base and stayed in one spot for 20 minutes.
Scott is a multi award winning fine art photographer and has been published by National Geographic. Though his specialties lay in the area of Nature, Landscape and Severe Storms, his high quality photography covers a wide range because of his expertise as a master image processor. He has taught many workshops and classes on the mastery of image processing whether it be portrait, architecture, sports, etc. His photography is extreme high quality and would meet the needs of almost any genre. His website is www.scottcordell.com if you would like to preview more of his work. He can get any print shipped to you whether you are a collector or designer. He is also available for assignment, on location shoots and you can contact him through...
I saw one like this in Victoria, Texas but it was in shades of green.
Thank you both and thank you Doug for the feature!
Amazing clouds and superb lighting!
Excellent capture of these amazing clouds!
Wow, these clouds are amazing! l/f
Beautiful capture, Scott. l/f
The light is wonderful and an amazing capture!
I grew up in Texas...did it produce a tornado? You just made me homesick!!! I love and miss the colors of the storms. Sometimes I swore each had its own personality...lol
Terrific storm capture!
Thank you also for the fav. I very much appreciate it.
Thank you for the feature Judy.