Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013

On May 20, 2013, a massive EF5 tornado struck Moore, Oklahoma killing 24 people and injuring 377 others. The tornado stayed on the ground for 37 minutes over its 17 mile path that peaked at a width of 1.3 miles. 

The week before I had participated in a storm chasing tour and when the tornado hit Moore, I was visiting my brother in Denton, Texas. On May 24th, I entered the zone of destruction and photographed for two days

There were survivors, volunteer workers, and relief agencies trying to start the clean up and help those in need. The people were very nice and open and wanted to tell their stories. 

The destruction was so intense, I'm not sure that photography can convey how powerful the wrath of nature can be.

Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013

On May 20, 2013, a massive EF5 tornado struck Moore, Oklahoma killing 24 people and injuring 377 others. The tornado stayed on the ground for 37 minutes over its 17 mile path that peaked at a width of 1.3 miles. 

The week before I had participated in a storm chasing tour and when the tornado hit Moore, I was visiting my brother in Denton, Texas. On May 24th, I entered the zone of destruction and photographed for two days

There were survivors, volunteer workers, and relief agencies trying to start the clean up and help those in need. The people were very nice and open and wanted to tell their stories. 

The destruction was so intense, I'm not sure that photography can convey how powerful the wrath of nature can be.

Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
Moore, Oklahoma, 2013
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