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Diane Rooney SSPT: Textiles
Chere Kaye Weeds and Wildflowers
Adrienne Skelton Winter Chill
Chere Kaye Showers and Flowers
Carolyn Kite "Christmas Cuties" (retired)
Connection Keeping "April 2021 Blog Train"
AFT Designs Brush Set: Stained Edges
PNG Tree (tornado)
Fonts: Chunky Town, Historia, Rockwell Extra Bold, Creo Extra Bold
Photos: Personal

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Oh my goodness, well that was an infamous 10 days and it always sobers me that no matter how "smart" we become and what technology we have, Mother Nature always wins.     Your photos are wonderful and I like the big embellishments you used over each.   It's especially cool how you divided your background into three pieces appropriate to each event.   Your title is really cool, but I'm so sorry for all of your troubles.

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 Very sobering chain of events and you documented it so well. The edging around each photo gives it a mysterious look. I'm curious if you put a filter on all the photos to get the subdued hue or is that the color of the world after these storms? I agree with Marilyn that dividing into thirds, each with their own themed background really works well.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

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1 hour ago, mimes1 said:

 Very sobering chain of events and you documented it so well. The edging around each photo gives it a mysterious look. I'm curious if you put a filter on all the photos to get the subdued hue or is that the color of the world after these storms? I agree with Marilyn that dividing into thirds, each with their own themed background really works well.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

I used a “vintage” filter with a slightly blue tone on all the images. It really helped to bring the images together by greening up the snow image and turning the other two a little more blue. It made the page a lot more cohesive. 

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You have certainly had everything Mother Nature can throw at you - well, no tsunami - yet! That tornado was waaay too close. I like the tone and mood of your photos and their accompanying weather symbols. We live what was called tornado alley - but they all seem to have gone north and south the last few years.

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13 minutes ago, BetC said:

You have certainly had everything Mother Nature can throw at you - well, no tsunami - yet! That tornado was waaay too close. I like the tone and mood of your photos and their accompanying weather symbols. We live what was called tornado alley - but they all seem to have gone north and south the last few years.

Yep, it touched down for about 1.5 miles and our street was directly in the path. Six of seven street trees in our block were fully or partially laying on the ground afterward. We lost our crabapple tree, a few storm windows, and so many shingles it will require a complete re-roofing job for both the house and the garage. That said, we were lucky. Neighbors around us had trees fall on their houses and garages.

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We had a tornado take the roof off our 2 story house. Water poured all through the house like a monstrous fire hose. Luckily, we were across the street at my parents home. The freight train noise was real! 

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