10 Wild Weather Photos That Show the True Power of Mother Nature
Mother Nature can often be beautiful, but she can also be windy, stormy and wet. From tornadoes to blizzards, check out these wild shots snapped by Our Canada readers.
Wild in the city
Karen Allin captures the aftermath of extreme weather in wintry Toronto.
Photographer Sharon Peters of Three Hills, Alberta writes: “I took this picture in front of my house. The tornado looked like it was coming down our street but it was actually about three kilometres outside of town.”
This stunning action shot was captured by Armando Rafael in Le Plateau-Mont-Royal, Montreal.
Photographer Linda Sweeney found inspiration in her hometown of Miramichi, N.B.
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Shades of grey
Eileen MacDonald captures the stormy skies over the Northumberland Strait in Cape Traverse, P.E.I.
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Alan Cheng of Scarborough, Ont., writes: “Blocks of ice broke off from Greenland and reached this small village near the town of Bonavista, Newfoundland.”
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Larger than life
This gigantic cloud over the Strathroy-Caradoc municipality in Ontario was too striking to not take a photo of. Thanks to Wendy Wever for sharing!
The Cobourg waterfront isn’t safe from stormy weather in this photo by Norma Keith.
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Start of the snowfall
The majestic trees of Hinton, AB, contrasted with pretty white flurries. Thanks to photographer Lynn Mabley for sharing!
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Photographer Frank Koenig submited this summer storm brewing in Morinville, AB.
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