wind damage (storm+damage tornado rain ). Photo by Openmike

wind damage

Uploaded by: Openmike

Friday March 12, 2010

crystal river, FL (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Wind tore the awning from a business on U.S. 19 between Crystal River and Homassaa Springs, Fl., Thursday afternoon. Severe stroms hammered the area, causing wind damage and flooding. A tornado was reported, by a trained spotter, about ten miles South of this location. Check the series for more storm and flood pictures.

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About Openmike

Openmike

I am an old time film guy--newspaper photographer, in a mispent youth. I moved from West Kentucky to Florida a few years back.I made a living doing morning radio in a small town, on the Gulf Coast, before retiring. Hence the name "Openmike."I ran into this site using Weather Underground as one source for local forecasts.Of course, I had to check out the photography.Then, of course, I had to contribute.I was hooked. I like doing both.Underground is an encouraging photographic community, as well as a hot photo website. Most creative photographers have desire to share their work.This forum offers just one more reason to pack a camera at all times.People who do this become not only better photographers, but more aware of the beauty in their lives.I'm glad to have a place to share that and to watch the work of like minded shutterbugs.

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