The scene might have been considered serene if it weren't for the tornado. Last June in Kansas, storm chaser Eric Nguyen photographed this budding twister in a different light -- the light of a rainbow. Pictured above, a white tornado cloud descends from a dark storm cloud. The Sun, peeking through a clear patch of sky to the left, illuminates some buildings in the foreground. Sunlight reflects off raindrops to form a rainbow. By coincidence, the tornado appears to end right over the rainbow.
In one of the most incredible tornado photographs ever taken, monstrous double tornadoes rip through Midway, Indiana, between Goshen and Elkhart on Palm Sunday, April 11, 1965, at 6:32pm. These two massive funnels were rotating around each other, and produced F4 damage. Photo courtesy Paul Huffman, who worked for the Elkhart Truth at the time.
This photo is really special. Tornado and lightning in the same time. Great.