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Funnel Vision by Chris Kridler
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Apr 03, 12

Read in April, 2012

Being a storm chaser is exciting, challenging, and completely terrifying even for a seasoned professional. When Judy takes her small town photography career up a notch and moves from weddings to tornadoes anything may come blowing her away. More than something does happen when Judy meets Jack; the best in the storm chasing business passion for their work takes on a new meaning.

Jack shows Judy how to not only capture the photograph, but also recreate on film the intense emotion delivered with each storm. Jack is also interested in exploring Judy on a personal level. With all the background noise going on this adventure may be more difficult than figuring out which storm to chase.

Jack, Judy and a rag tag group of adrenaline junkies chase every storm they can are as devoted to each other as they are to catching the illusive "perfect storm.” People come in and out of the frame for Judy but consistently she knows that every member of the group have her back. Judy may be sailing through uncharted waters, but during the process of staying alive, she is out to pursue the money shot.

Chris Kridler has written a book that makes every reader feel as if they are standing on the side of the road experiencing the full effect of Mother Nature. Ms. Kridler knows how to perfectly characters, relationships, and the effect a storm has on everything.
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