A large storm cloud twists above wheat fields in Western Nebraska

American photographer Camille Seaman, in ‘The Big Cloud” series, depicted the “beauty” of supercell storms from North Dakota to Τexas.   A large storm cloud twists above wheat fields in Western Nebraska.   Image credit: Camille Seaman

The Big Cloud by Camille Seaman



Image credit: Camille Seaman

The storms could reach 50 miles wide and 65, 000 feet high!

Camille Seaman says:

In my continuation of exploring subjects in nature that have an ability to illustrate the interconnection of all life on earth I found myself stalking a type of single giant cloud called a supercell...there is definitely some luck involved, and skill on the part of the forecaster and navigator. All I can do is make sure I am ready for the few moments I have.’



Image credit: Camille Seaman

Image credit: Camille Seaman



Image credit: Camille Seaman

Image credit: Camille Seaman

Image credit: Camille Seaman

Image credit: Camille Seaman

Image credit: Camille Seaman

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