Photographer Camille Seaman's collection entitled "The Big Cloud Series II," showcases elaborate supercell storm photos, capturing thunderstorms, tornadoes, and other natural phenomenon across the United States.
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Seaman paired up with storm chasers to capture these images that at times were 50 miles wide and 65,000 feet high, as part of her focus on nature and the human environment.
"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," Seaman said to DesignBoom. "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."