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I took this shot on our first storm day of the tornado alley trip, near the Colorado - Kansas border, May 7, the day of the Wray Tornado. Those trees in the b...
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I took this shot on our first storm day of the tornado alley trip, near the Colorado - Kansas border, May 7, the day of the Wray Tornado. Those trees in the back appeared to have been debarked and mangled by a previous tornado. The bubbly looking clouds behind the house are called Mammatus clouds and are often seen after a large storm. They get their name from the word mammary and the inner child in me still calls them “booby clouds” (out loud, in my adult voice, every time I see them)
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gek1701
 
gek1701 July 24, 2016
Stunning shot!!
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RyanWunsch August 05, 2016
Thanks.
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mttomimages May 17, 2019
Great image! I voted for it. I hope you win the contest!
Next time you're on border of Kansas and Colorado, if you're on I-70, there are some old cars that I saw when I was a passenger in a car and didn't get an opportunity to photograph. You have to be going West on I-70 to see them. They are in ravine half-covered by the prairie. Just past Miler Marker #1, on the north side of the highway. Not visible from eastbound lane.

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