February 22, 2014

The most fascinating photos Supercells Storm by Camille Seaman

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Supercell Storm by Camille Seaman      

American photographer Camille Seaman has spent a lot of time exploring the world and finding connections between humans and nature. Many of her works evoke an emotional relationship between the viewer and the dramatic moments captured within the natural world. The Big Cloud series features a handful of storms, specifically called supercells, that Seaman has chased throughout the middle part of the United States, ranging from Texas to North Dakota. While most of us would be turning and running in the opposite direction from these dark and gloomy skies, Seaman puts herself at high risk in order to document the dusty winds stirring right before her—and now our—eyes.

Pictures present gorgeous textures, vibrant colors, and a swirl of motion in the ominous upper atmosphere. As you view the images, you may feel conflicted by the dangerous tones that emanate from each photograph. First, natural instinct provokes a desire to run from danger, but, almost immediately following those feelings of fear, viewers will become consumed by the power of this natural phenomenon. 




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Supercell with Windmill, Chappell, Nebraska by Camille Seaman  




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Monster Over the Farm, Lodgepole, Nebraska by Camille Seaman  

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Supercell Storm, South Dakota by Camille Seaman      


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Supercell Storm Oklahoma by Camille Seaman

Supercell Storm
Supercell Storm Oklahoma by Camille Seaman

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Supercell Storm Oklahoma by Camille Seaman


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