Thursday, February 14, 2019

The Fauxnado

Look what we saw today on our way to the grocery store. It looked like a tornado! It was changing, tightening up and getting closer to the ground. But it was a lovely day, and just a cloud formation. I said it was not a TORnado, but a FAUXnado. I don't want to EVER see a real tornado, so am glad this is as close as I have ever gotten.




“For God arrives like wildfire and his chariots like a tornado…”
Isaiah 66

14 comments:

crafty cat corner said...

You can't beat nature once again, I love cloud watching and Tom is really good at picking out shapes.
Briony
x

Ann said...

WOW that is simply amazing. I would have been panicking thinking it was a tornado. It really does look like one

Anni said...

Now THAT would freak me out.

MadSnapper said...

the first photo looks like Moses dividing the red sea, but in the sky, the rest really do look like a tornado. love the new word fauxnado.. amazing sky, whatever it was. with weahter on the rampage we have to watch things like this.

Chatty Crone said...

I am glad you know the difference - it sure looked like a tornado to me.

George said...

This is amazing. I'm glad it was a tornado!

Tamago said...

Wow, it does look like tornado! I'm so glad it's not the real one. The word fauxnado is new to me :-)

DeniseinVA said...

Your FAUXnado (love your play on words) is fascinating. I've never seen cloud formation like that before. Glad that you were looking up and may you never see a real tornado.

Ruth Hiebert said...

Sure does look like a tornado.Intersting to say the least.

Shug said...

Oh my....this is gorgeous and I know you were excited to capture the shot. I probably would have been driving as far away from that thing as possible. thanks for sharing....

Nancy Chan said...

I would be worried if I see one of these because I wouldn't know the difference. I like your blog header! Happy weekend!

Sandi said...

Was it spinning?

L. D. said...

It looks to be dangerous to me. Wow.

Rose said...

It sure looks like a tornado!

Riders On The Storm

The jet trail of a plane heading into a fearsome cloud! I was glad we were on firm ground only watching.