October skies over Montreal

Submitted by: Gaetan Cormier at Sat Feb 15 01:36:02 2003 UTC

This is to my opinion an amazing photo of crepuscular rays. It was taken in Montreal, Quebec, Canada somewhere in October 2002 (sorry I don't remember the exact date) This shot was taken with a very simple and cheap digital camera, a Samsung Digimax. For comments pleas e-mail me: tornade_qc@yahoo.com Web site: http://www.chasseur-orages.ca.tc copyright Gaetan Cormier

 

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Surf the waves!!!

Submitted by: Gaetan Cormier at Sat Feb 15 01:58:01 2003 UTC

These are really cool wave clouds taken in Montreal, Quebec on May 24th 2001. Taken with a Samsung Digimax digital camera. The type of cloud formation is mainly caused by a cold front interacting with a warm front. Normally when you see these type of clouds, be prepared for a major lightning storm, at least that's what I've got that day!! hehe! Comments? Drop me an e-mail at: tornade_qc@yahoo.com My storm chasing web site: http://www.chasseur-orages.ca.tc copyright Gaetan Cormier

The bow!

Submitted by: Gaetan Cormier at Sat Feb 15 01:52:01 2003 UTC

This is really a neat cloud formation, taken on May 31st 2002 during our first thunderstorm of the year. A meteorologist told me that, that bow effect in the clouds is caused by wind shear. Taken with a Samsung Digimax digital camera in Montreal, Quebec. tornade_qc@yahoo.com Web site: http://www.chasseur-orages.ca.tc copyright Gaetan Cormier

Dark Mamatus clouds

Submitted by: Gaetan Cormier at Sat Feb 15 01:45:01 2003 UTC

May 31st 2002, the date of the first real thunderstorm of the 2002 season. In fact during this day, the first 2002 Quebec tornado touched down in Packington near the New-Brunswick border, it was a F2 tornado. This picture of dark menacing mamatus clouds was taken with a Samsung Digimax digital camera. Comments? Drop me an e-mail at: tornade_qc@yahoo.com Web site: http://www.chasseur-orages.ca.tc copyright Gaetan Cormier

Cumulonimbus cloud near Mt-Megantic

Submitted by: Gaetan Cormier at Sat Feb 15 01:09:01 2003 UTC

This far away cumulonimbus cloud was shot at the foot of Mt-Megantic, Quebec, Canada. This perticuliar cumulonimbus cloud has it's anvil pierced wich shows that a strong mesocyclone was doing it's work, it's even possible that a tornado was on the ground at the moment of this picture. This shot was taken on July 14th 2000 with a Canon A1 camera and 50mm lens. Got comment's about this picture drop me an e-mail: tornade_qc@yahoo.com Web site: http://www.chasseur-orages.ca.tc copyright Gaetan Cormier

Mamatus clouds over Ville LaSalle, Quebec, Canada

Submitted by: Gaetan Cormier at Sat Feb 15 00:58:02 2003 UTC

I took this amazing mamatus photo on July 23rd 2000 in Ville LaSalle, Quebec. I really wasn't expecting this, I was going outside to smoke a cigarette and there it was!!! I immediately ran inside to get the camera and just start shooting like crazy. This image was taken with a regular Samsung 35mm automatic camera. If you have comments about this picture you can write to me at: tornade_qc@yahoo.com You can also visit my Storm Chasing web site: http://www.chasseur-orages.ca.tc copyright Gaetan Cormier


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