It almost looks peaceful. You would never know that the evening before people were scanning the skys to the west for any sign of a threatened tornado, or that the thunderstorm that did come through left enough hail blanketing the ground that it could have been mistaken for a winter snow storm rather than a summer thunder storm.
This isn’t a recent photograph, its actually a scan from a 35 mm slide from the 70’s. It’s one of the images that we used in a interpretive presentation that we developed at Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park. The location, which at the time was private property, and is now part of Writing-On-Stone is just down stream from the Coffin Bridge.