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Canon Digital Rebel XSi
75-300mm telephoto

Consider this a preview to some of my craziest storm photography. To some of you, this probably just looks like some clouds. To those of you who are weather enthusiasts, you probably recognize that this storm was a little out of the ordinary. Corkscrewing supercellular beast. This was shot while we were driving, so the quality isn't the best, but future images will be much better ;)

Please tell me what you think! :dance:
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andyeite Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2012   Artisan Crafter
awesome clouds ,gonna use this as a reference to the clouds on a canvas i bin workin on ,kinda got block wiv the piece
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am0on-Error Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2010
Q,Q wow
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FramedByNature Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2010  Student Photographer
=D
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Epic as always! =D
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FramedByNature Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2010  Student Photographer
Thank you! :)
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timzibrat Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2010
Can't wait for the future pics :) This is a sneak peak for the greatness coming up I guess :D
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FramedByNature Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2010  Student Photographer
Yes indeed it is ;)
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DragonRichard Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
not bad C:
i can't wait to see these pics :)
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FramedByNature Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2010  Student Photographer
Thanks! :)
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DragonRichard Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
YW :D
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Every-stars-fall Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
That is just amazing! It's really spectacular... I bet it ended up being a great picture opportunity!
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FramedByNature Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2010  Student Photographer
Thank you! It certainly did :)
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Every-stars-fall Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
You're quite welcome! =]
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javamocha Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2010
woha... what a shape...
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FramedByNature Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2010  Student Photographer
Yeah, just wait... ;)
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javamocha Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2010
nice...
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Bobe-tan Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2010
The sky looks great beyond all that gloominess.
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FramedByNature Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2010  Student Photographer
Yeah, we were behind the sunlit side. I'm sure it looked incredible, but I can't complain with what we saw later.
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BowEchoMedia Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2010  Professional Photographer
Wow! O.o
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FramedByNature Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2010  Student Photographer
Oh yes ;)
We missed its tornadic stage (with the most incredible rope out, apparently), but we were lucky enough to witness it at sunset.
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BowEchoMedia Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2010  Professional Photographer
That sux! But that is one gorgeous shot. I love seeing sunset photos of supercells. Its so rare to find them and so hard to catch them. I tried this year, but my attempts sucked at best. Then again, I was in a moving vehicle...
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VanceBruder Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2010
Damn!

Nice!

:]
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FramedByNature Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2010  Student Photographer
Thanks =D
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VanceBruder Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2010
^^
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Canon
Model
Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XSi
Shutter Speed
1/664 second
Aperture
F/4.0
Focal Length
75 mm
ISO Speed
200
Date Taken
Jun 10, 2010, 8:48:00 PM
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EF75-300mm f/4-5.6
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