It was a little unnerving out there but luckily it did not touch down... I was just compelled. Our front door, I had to PUSH it open the pressure was so bad. And I had to MAKE my husband get out of bed and put his shoes on in case we had to go to the basement since we were under a warning.
When I took the pictures I had my flash off. I had the camera set for 16 frames in an attemp to capture lightning pictures. I didn't see these tornado's until the next morning when I went through the 90-100 frame sequences I had taken. I couldn't believe it. I knew there was activity due to our front door but I had no idea what I had taken a picture of.
I stood under the porch and held the camera out pointed at the sky. Wanting that lightning!!
But............I would do it again in spite of the danger. I think being a storm chaser would be the ultimate coolness in jobs........ I am 48 and I think when I grow up, that's what I want to be....
I am so glad I have finally made that decision.
Also the picture I attached is actually upside down..... I couldn't see what I was doing. I also applied D-lighting to these so they have a greater clarity.
Here is how it should actually look. These are in sequence of how my camera took them.
I flipped the pictures because my camera was upside down.