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Aug 13, 2006, 11:49:48 AM
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German Tornado by FockeWulf German Tornado by FockeWulf
The last weekend I made a camping trip to the Baltic Sea island Fehmarn and on Sunday we had very bad weather. It was the first time I have seen a tornado in Germany!
The tornado was very big and I could watch it about 10 minutes and take 14 photos, before I must go into my car. You can see two car-ferry beside the tornado, they look small but these are very big ships.
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:iconenigz:
Enigz Mar 29, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I read about that Tornado in our Newspaper :- /
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:iconnightwolf235:
:iconiwantitplz: So coooool!! :dummy: Very awesome photo!
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:iconfirjirbaby:
i see 3 boats the two you mentioned and one on the other side of the torndo
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:iconlena-knipst:
Lena-knipst Feb 14, 2010   Photographer
Diese Tornados sind echt beängstigend manchmal. Auf Wangerooge haben wir sowas schon zwei mal erlebt und nie (!) hatte ich meine Kamera dabei, da es meistens im Sommer passiert ist und da liegen wir eher am Strand, und da hat mein Schätzchen nichts zu suchen.
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sidser Aug 15, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Was this is Germany???
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:iconleppardra:
What you have here is a water spout, a tornado that forms over a body of water instead of land. It\'s much weaker than a twister that touches down on the ground, but any boat that gets in its way can be damaged or, at the very least, capsized. :nod:
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:iconfockewulf:
Thank you very much and you are right, it's a water spout. :)
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:iconleppardra:
You're welcome. :)
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:iconleppardra:
Heh heh, and you should know that twisters can happen anywhere if the weather conditions are right for them, like they apparently were here. And they come in all sizes, from tiny dust devils to giant funnel-shaped clouds that go tearing through through Midwestern America. :nod:
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:iconrachdisaster:
Wow, that's amazing. I'd love to see something like that in life, I'm sure it would be all the more spectacular.
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