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July 16, 2008



Beautiful pictures!!

Sweet Serendipity

Wow! Absolutely amazing!!!

Nell @ Casual Friday Everyday

OMG --- other words that describe it better!


Woah too neat and scary!


I would have loved to see that in person. That's great and awe inspiring. I am glad you had your camera & could share it with us.

Karen - Surviving Motherhood

Those pictures are incredible.
It looks like a movie. Seriously, if it wasn't you who had posted these I would have thought they were doctored!

Jen @ One Moms World

Woooooahhh! That is some magnificent photos. I have never seen anything like it. So cool. Thanks so much for sharing. Happy WW.


Hi Amanda,
I finally made it over here and subscribed! Thanks for visiting my journal. I really appreciate your comments. These photos are just beautiful! I can't imagine what it must have been like in person. Glad you had your camera handy. Thanks for sharing!



Those are beautiful photos! Thank you for sharing. Isn't it wonderful the things that gives us. Much love, Janie

Julie in WA

O.k., now you are making me homesick. I well remember those clouds from my MN days. I love the big skies in the Midwest, and the stunning cloud formations that develop in the summer! God is so creative and even entertaining...those lumps and bumps in the clouds are definitely reminiscent of my thighs!!!

Julie in WA


And the heavens declare His glory! Magnificent! I just love storm clouds! Thank you for sharing these awe inspiring photos.


Wow! These are amazing! Storm photos are one of my most favorite things! Thanks for sharing!


Wow! Those are excellent photos. Thanks for sharing! God is so powerful.


I've never seen anything like that in my whole life! If those photos didn't do it justice, I can only imagine what it looked like in person! Wow.


Stunning! Oh I hope there's a couple good storms (rain) while I'm in the states, particularly KS!! I LOVE a good thunder storm!

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