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At the moment of the collapse of the hornito, the lens (300mm) was pointed to an area immediately left of it, and this and the next photo show the "missing" left half of the hornito seconds after its collapse.  (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer)
At the moment of the collapse of the hornito, the lens (300mm) was pointed to an area immediately left of it, and this and the next photo show the "missing" left half of the hornito seconds after its collapse. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer)
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