A fire whirl, known to some as the fire tornado. One of the most terrifying sights.Fire tornadoes occur when heat, ash and fire get swept up in a spinning mass of air.Fire forms a tornado-like vortex of flames.
Rare shot of a fire whirl by Photojournalist Edio Junior/Brazil. They are induced by fire and are composed of flame, gases, and combustible materials, initially sucked into eddies of air. Rarely, they can reach a cloud and become an actual tornado.
Caught on camera: The 30 metre high tornado of FIRE that whirled around Australian outback for terrifying 40 minutes Fire tornadoes occur when a column of warm, rising air contacts with - or creates - fire on the ground.the moment of fire.
This is the reflection of a river running through a mine, rotated to resemble a tornado, along the Rio Tinto in Huelva, Spain. (Copyright Tomas Bogonez/Solent News & Photo Agency) Must-see March 2013 on MSN Photos
The best DIY projects & DIY ideas and tutorials: sewing, paper craft, DIY. Best Fire Tornado - DIY - no moving parts! Video Description The best way to make a fire tornado (in my opinion!) All you need are 2 glass half-cylinders.