That’s got to be terrifying to be near.
Most people would have ducked for cover a little sooner.
That seems cool and all, but no thanks.
That’s got to be the scariest thing you’ll ever face down.
No need to put the camera down to comfort your loved ones.
All those rescuers are heroes.
That was getting pretty intense. Can't really blame him for shutting the c...
Now they have a bigger backyard.
Thankfully, no humans (or animals) were injured during this freakish weathe...
Seems like there should be more hissing and exploding.
Let the floe go!
Go on, say it – damn nature, you scary.
Yep, time to hike in fields of flowers instead.
This is why I don't hike... or go outside.
That actually looks like a lot of fun.
Be ready for the shock wave and sonic boom!
That’s a pretty crazy difference.
Damn Nature you Scary!
What a lovely day at the beach!
Looked like the desert was lurching towards the camera guy at first.
Do dust busters work on those?
Good to have video records of how some people got injured.
That guy is one lucky dude.
And that’s why tunnels are better.
As if the wildfire couldn't get any worse! We hope everyone got out of the...
Never let a life-threatening natural disaster get in the way of filming a g...
Get the hell out of there.
The amazing thing is the camera keeps running that whole time.
Please stay in your houses when the sirens are going off, don’t go filming ...