This Amazing Timelapse Video Shows Texas Like You’ve Never Seen It Before

We always talk about how beautiful Texas’ natural wonders are, but what about its natural disasters? Tornadoes can be astoundingly beautiful as well. Typically, they’ve hit the ground and been sucked back up into the clouds in the blink of an eye, so don’t get the opportunity to witness their formation, which is a breathtaking act in itself. Thanks to Xanthaar, today you get to watch a slow-motion timelapse of a supercell forming north of Booker, Texas – it’s frighteningly beautiful.

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What do you think of this time-lapse? Have you ever gotten the opportunity to see a tornado forming (from a safe distance of course)? Do you agree that natural disasters like these are incredibly beautiful?