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Post by 93Regina » Sat Oct 12, 2019 8:45 pm

Note: AV1 is used...so if an older computer is used, it may drop
frames. Chrome or Waterfox is needed also for decoding.

For a few months out of every year, the northern high plains bear
witness to some of the most incredible and beautiful severe weather
events on the planet. Rotating and rolling monsters composed of
moisture and heat, sculpted into towering behemoths by wind and
terrain. I do hope that this timelapse short film does these
terrifically terrifying beasts of the sky justice. Keep in mind that
everything about this video is over the top. It's bombastic, slow,
fast, then slow, then fast, has cows mooing somewhere, is weirdly
edited and paced, and overall a little bonkers. But these storms are
bonkers. Especially the nocturnal ones.