Um, thanks! ;)
These clouds looks dangerous :-) Nice shot :-)
It was a pretty dangerous storm actually. I believe it included a funnel cloud and large amounts of hail at its earlier stage. By this point, the supercell storm was morphing more into a meso-scale convective complex and the leading edge was quite bowed out (this is a photo of the leading edge of the storm approaching my location).
Good photo Dann. Congratulations.
Thank you, chilefoto!
Nice pic Dann!
When did Your ancestor came from Sassoferrato?
And how they get there?
If You look here You can know Your relatives still remained in Sassoferrato.
Thank You for the comment.
Thank you Luigi, my ancestors came over between milleottocentonoventa and millenovecentodieci. (sorry for writing out the years, I'm taking an Italian course in school right now!) I believe his name was Plinio Cianca. The last person in the family to really keep track of that sort of thing passed a few years ago. I have a keen interest in the subject, however, and one day will come visit ... when I'm older and have enough money!! Thanks for your reply.
Thank you, Reynald!
Wow! Fantastic colors of the sky!!! Great picture!
Thank you, Karolina!!
Spectacular photo,fantastic colors. Great shot Dann.
Greetings Bjørn, from Norway.
Thank you very much, Bjørn!
Today I've talk with a woman that know "Cianca" families in Sassoferrato.
I told Your family story, She will talk with your far-relatives just to know if they remember a common ancestor called Plinio went in "America" long time ago.
Grazie, Luigi!! You are awesome!!
Awesome picture Dann!! Is this a supercell down 'tornado alley'? Greetings from Holland.
It was a supercell, Dick. By this point, however, it had become "outflow-dominate" and was in the process of turning into a mesoscale convective complex. Thanks!
You 're welcome, Dann.
Next days I'll tell You something about this.
Grazie, siete il mio hero!!
Ominous! Good shot!
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