Rare cloud formation called ‘doomsday sky’ over Minnesota


I have to admit that when I saw this picture I was shocked. If this is TRUE, this is one of the most amazing photos I have ever seen in my life. The photo gives the impression that the earth is going to be swallowed up by an otherworldly ocean. It’s really quite impressive, and it’s hard to believe Theresa Lucas didn’t even notice how beautiful the sky looked as she was about to take the picture, but it did .

Therese Lucas de Bemidji, Minnesota says she was driving and held her phone with her right hand and just took the picture of the sky during a storm, and when she got home and looked at it she realized how amazing it was .

I believe she only took one photo, and apparently other people in the area are checking out the storms that were passing through Bemidji at the time. According to the interview I watched, Theresa said she didn’t really care what people said. She snapped the photo fairly quickly and then put her phone away. It’s true. (So ​​the). Don’t people get Minnesota Nice?

She said the PHOTO looked way scarier than the SKY while she was taking the picture, but once she looked at it, she couldn’t believe how it happened.

Therese Lucas, Facebook

Therese Lucas, Facebook

There are many people who are skeptical of the photo, saying that she altered the image with a computer program. She says the photo is legit. I believe her. It’s a kind of optical illusion.

What do you think? Is it possible that she photographed the photo and then sent it out to the world to see? (Does anyone really think they can do it these days?} I believe Theresa says she just lifted her camera and captured this amazing moment; and for one, I’m grateful that she shared it with the world!Thank you for sharing this amazing piece of Weather reportThere is a.

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