27 comments on “Tornado Alley

  1. I seen quite a few when i went to crowder collegel in Neosho Missouri, right in the heart of tornado alley! Also when i lived in Omaha Ne, for 10 years. I was in Council Bluffs when they got hit by a tornado that damage heavily one side of the town. And you are right only a storm chaser looks forward to seeing one of them!

  2. Such a contrast between the tornado and the light in the sky. I don’t think i’d ever chase after one of those, Deb 🙂 I particularly like the greens in the 2nd one. Night night.

  3. Oh wow these look so amazing Deb…and although tornadoes can be dangerous..the first one looks such a magical one..beautiful tornado caused by a genie’s woosh 🙂
    how did you get such a perfect green…lovely shade

    the second one is anger but just superb..again the green is so perfect as if you have painted tornado on a real photo….amazing
    loved them 🙂
    Love 🙂

  4. Never had that happen yet … have seen a funnel cloud a few years ago though … luckily it did not touch down … the pic is so beautiful, glad it’s a pic though … Love you, my sista … Always, cat.

  5. These are absolutely gorgeous. I love how you made something so destructive, beautiful.

  6. Hi hun! 🙂

    We get a few of these here in the UK, but on a smaller scale – they do tend to do a lot of damage though…

    Love the pictures!!! 🙂

    Prenin.

  7. BRING BRING …..
    IS DEB THERE ?
    I AM CALLING ….XO
    I KNOW YOU ARE ON A LITTLE TRIP ……
    I WILL JUST LEAVE A MESSAGE THEN 🙂

    LOVE LOVE LOVE
    XX
    CAT

  8. Amazing paintings, Deb! These monsters scare me, even though, I’ve never experienced one. I’m glad to live on the west coast with an occasional earthquake :)! Hugs! xo

  9. How glorious! I love to watch them, even when they are destroying buildings. Mother Nature’s equalizers. I have been close enough to one I could almost touch it. It was at the end of the driveway, not more than 25 feet from me. There have been others, but none quite so close. They are simply amazing.
    Red.

  10. I’d rather sit here and admire these glorious paintings..real enough for me Deb.
    You have done an outstanding job hun…!

    Have a fantastic day you,
    Hugs Traceyxx

  11. The energy you’ve captured in this is remarkable, Deb!
    Fortunately I’ve never been this close to a Tornado in person, but your art gets the heart going almost like I imagine it would be actually ‘being there’!
    🙂

  12. These are brilliantly painted and you have managed to
    capture the essence of the twisters in these fine paintings 🙂

    Well done Deb your Space just gets better and better 🙂

    Androgoth XXx

  13. Good pictures of tornado’s Deb, and that is the only way they should be seen…. lol. The real one’s do way to much damage and hurt a lot of people. They can be very nasty!

  14. Awesome and scary tornadoes there aunt Deb 🙂
    Great paintings.

    Ow…I would also like to say, we miss you and hope you are alright.

    • Yes they are. I’ve never had to see one. Just little dust devils that don’t cause much more damage that knocking over a trash can. Thanks for the comment on my painting, Carol! Hugs xx

  15. One word… Awesome!!!
    I especially love the darkness of the 2nd one. I’d hate to be in the path of one of those & those stormchaser people who go after them are totally nuts

    • Two words….thank you!! 🙂 🙂
      I don’t know what obsesses someone to want to chase on of those beasts. I’d be running as far out of it’s way as I could.
      Thanks Tony!
      Hugs xx

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