That is both sad and impressive. Quite a stark picture actually. Thanks for sharing and stopping by.
Amazing! Guess we all know where to head if we happen to be in a bank and there's a tornado.Great photo, BTW
It's a great photo. But so sad about the devastation.
oh my gosh...so sad ...it speaks volumes. Its a beautiful photograph despite the destruction in its wake...and yet gives the hope of survival with a sturdy foundation. excellent excellent post!Happy WW and thanks for stopping by!!Best, Li @LaLicenciada@HerDeepThoughts
That is skerry! I wonder if many people took shelter in there?
Beautiful photo out of a tragic event.
I hope no one was injured by the tornado. great photo.
so sad, I am thinking this is the tornado that took many lives, the trees behind look like seletons like burnt trees, do you live in this area? my thoughts are with those who lost loved ones, Frances
The tomb of money. Unreal.
We had so much devastation here in Alabama that our hearts just went out very deeply to the people of Joplin. This photograph speaks resiliency to me.
Such a sad image yet amazing capture! I hope you and your family weren't nearby. Thanks for stopping by my blog =)
What a great photo. I love the sky, it really adds impact to the photo.
sigh.... (Thanks for stopping by my WW so I could find you! My photo was taken in the Yukon Territory in one of the many rivers that feed the lakes up there. It was cold, but beautiful!)
What a telling photo of the devastation this country has seen as of late.
Amazing...such devastation. I've been thinking 'n praying for everyone over there~
That is so cool! Well...as long as nobody got hurt. Gotta wonder what happened to all of the bank cash.Have a great day!http://harrietandfriends.com/2011/05/cleaning-out-my-mailbox/
Great shot and prespective.
Amazing and scary all at once!Peace!
wow, at least the safe worked. So sad seeing the emptyness around it though
Wow. Definitely worth more than a thousand words.
Good for the bank vault, I guess. It is so sad to see the devastation surrounding it. There are people in Joplin that I knew (it is a few hours south of where I live). I met students at camp about 12 years ago...and to know that they and their families are suffering breaks my heart. Thank you for stopping by my blog, however. I appreciated your visit and your comment.
Wow. What devastation. So sad.
Definitely puts things in perspective.
Hi :-) Thank you for your time and your interest.