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Old May 18th 2005, 9:07 am
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Someone emailed these to a colleague at work and are supposed to be the storm on Monday morning.

Have a look at the pictures thew are AWESOME:

http://britishexpats.com/photopost/s...00&ppuser=3885
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Originally Posted by renth
Someone emailed these to a colleague at work and are supposed to be the storm on Monday morning.

Have a look at the pictures thew are AWESOME:

http://britishexpats.com/photopost/s...00&ppuser=3885
Wow that thing looks powerful :scared:
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Originally Posted by renth
Someone emailed these to a colleague at work and are supposed to be the storm on Monday morning.

Have a look at the pictures thew are AWESOME:

http://britishexpats.com/photopost/s...00&ppuser=3885

Absolutely fantastic

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Default Re: Bunbury Storm Photos.

Originally Posted by renth
Someone emailed these to a colleague at work and are supposed to be the storm on Monday morning.

Have a look at the pictures thew are AWESOME:

http://britishexpats.com/photopost/s...00&ppuser=3885

Great Pics. Hope i dont see one like that when we get there.
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Wow - what superb photos. Really gives you an impression of the power and scale of the thing.
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Default Re: Bunbury Storm Photos.

Originally Posted by renth
Someone emailed these to a colleague at work and are supposed to be the storm on Monday morning.

Have a look at the pictures thew are AWESOME:

http://britishexpats.com/photopost/s...00&ppuser=3885
That looks amazing - and pretty scary too
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They are fantastic. Nature is an amazing thing isn't it.
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wow very impressive.... now are we all ready for round two?? The weather service reckons the next storm front is about to hit perth. I think they said 5pm...so I've even given up yoga for the night !!

Keep safe everyone, now off to batten down the hatches. :scared:

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The closer I look at them the more I'm suspicious about their authenticity, for a start Bunbury_Storm2_-_15_05_05 the trees don't look like gum trees and the field looks like a crop of wheat has just been harvested.
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Stunning pictures - very scary.
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Isn't nature superb. how can something this big and scary be so absolutely wonderful and breathtaking.

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Fantastic, thanks for sharing!
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Originally Posted by renth
The closer I look at them the more I'm suspicious about their authenticity, for a start Bunbury_Storm2_-_15_05_05 the trees don't look like gum trees and the field looks like a crop of wheat has just been harvested.
Yup Renth...

As soon as I saw the pic's, I thought the same thing.
For a start, when the storm hit the WA coast, it was still pitch dark outside.
It woke us up, & we watched the whole thing.
It lasted less than ½ an hour & it was another ½ hour before the sun came up after it had passed.
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Yup Renth...

As soon as I saw the pic's, I thought the same thing.
For a start, when the storm hit the WA coast, it was still pitch dark outside.
It woke us up, & we watched the whole thing.
It lasted less than ½ an hour & it was another ½ hour before the sun came up after it had passed.
Oh well, enjoy the pictures of "a storm somewhere" folks!
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Oh, gutted, just sent these onto my folks telling them it was Bunbury!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!
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