Don Barone: A field of tears

Traveling through Cullman, Ala., db finds a deadly tornado has taken everything from its citizens. But the tears turn to pride as American flags fly high.

<p> 	This is where the tornado touched Earth.</p>
Photo: Don Barone - This is where the tornado touched Earth.
<p> 	This used to be the Little League ball field.<span style=
Photo: Don Barone - This used to be the Little League ball field.
<p> 	A fishing pole, now part of the debris.</p>
Photo: Don Barone - A fishing pole, now part of the debris.
<p> 	Found this "down yonder."</p>
Photo: Don Barone - Found this "down yonder."
More
Photo: Don Barone - More "down yonder."
...next to the baseball diamond that isn't there anymore.
Photo: Don Barone - ...next to the baseball diamond that isn't there anymore.
Used to be a split level...now it's just a split.
Photo: Don Barone - Used to be a split level...now it's just a split.
One of the wireless towers.
Photo: Don Barone - One of the wireless towers.
Shot through the window of the Sheriffs car.
Photo: Don Barone - Shot through the window of the Sheriffs car.
The tornado came through here...
Photo: Don Barone - The tornado came through here...
Most trees look like this.
Photo: Don Barone - Most trees look like this.
The remaining photos are more of what I found through the Field of Tears.
Photo: Don Barone - The remaining photos are more of what I found through the Field of Tears.
Photo: Don Barone
Photo: Don Barone
Photo: Don Barone
Photo: Don Barone
Photo: Don Barone
Photo: Don Barone
It was here, there were no more tears.
Photo: Don Barone - It was here, there were no more tears.