Camille Seaman writes: "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."
The following images were made in the Spring of 2011 and 2012, in Texas, Kansas, Nebraska and South Dakota.
"The storms we were chasing were Supercells, capable of producing grapefruit-sized hail, and spectacular tornadoes; they were 50 miles wide and reached as high as 65,000 ft. into the atmosphere. These clouds were so large that they had the capability of blocking all daylight, making it very dark and ominous standing under them," she told audiences from the Ted stage.
The storm photography of Camille Seaman gives me the chills just by looking at her imagery. I strongly encourage you to explore her work on her website - a website which beautifully displays her photography on a large-scale basis - allowing for the viewer to appreciate the vastness and smallness her subject matter deserves.
Links to the site and her TED Talk are below.