Pyroclastic flow (volcanic) ~ it's too late to run (how did the photographer survive?) It's superheated gasses and liquid rock as hot as 1000 Fahrenheit and moving at speads of up to 450 mph It instantly vaporizes everything in it's path.
SEED OF CALM BENEATH THE STORM ~ When hit by wild storms, and personal loss, remember that you are not alone. May you have deep calm before, during and after the storm. Beneath the storm, keep a quiet optimism and a deep peace that after rain there’s a rainbow, after night morning, and after endings there are amazing new beginnings.
Exhibit B. I had this on my Storms & Volcanoes board for a long time with this caption: This is one of those storm pictures that gets appropriated and relabeled by fiction writers very frequently. I’ve seen this captioned as Wichita, Kansas, and I’m positive that is wrong. I live in Wichita! Update: Glad to get the straight skinny on this tornado image. Glad to move this to my Really? board, where it belongs!