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In the eye of the storm: Photographer captures breathtaking pictures of Midwest twisters that show incredible beauty in the swirling chaos Alien landscape: This Low Precipitation Supercell develops with tops climbing to 60,000 ft; the rotation was so great that it formed a beautiful swirling barber pole formation which rapidly transformed into a lovely mesocyclonic (rotating) cloud

This Low Precipitation Supercell develops with tops climbing to ft; the rotation was so great that it formed a beautiful swirling barber pole formation which rapidly transformed into a lovely mesocyclonic (rotating) cloud (by Camille Seaman)

Giant cumulonimbus clouds or 'mushroom clouds' over Kansas field before developing into supercell storm.

Camille Seaman and 'The Big Cloud' - The New York Times. Nebraska.

Chasing Danger, Capturing Beauty

Epic supercell thunderstorm clouds in Kansas from photographer Camille Seaman. - This is the stuff that literally gives me nightmares! Thank God I've never lived in Kansas or else I would have to be on anxiety medication.

Tornadic Supercell - 2006 Herb Spickard Photography

Severe storms are a fact in Missouri and the area is in the middle of tornado alley. Supercell thunderstorms such as this one are the catalyst for.

Clouds above Grytviken, South Georgia island. This was a cold edge off the Southern Atlantic Ocean.

clouds in the sky above Grytviken, South Georgia island, at the cold edge of Southern Atlantic Ocean (off the eastern tip of South America, in the Sandwich Islands)

Very intense high precipitation supercell storm moves south in the Nebraska Sand Hills south of Valentine, July 13, 2009. Winds gusted upwards of 60 mph into this storm. Tornado warning with the storm mentioned baseball size hail and winds in excess of 100 mph. As intense of a storm as it was, it only produced one short-lived small tornado. Traffic heading north up highway 83 would be driving right into the storm's forward flank downdraft, which contained large hail and intense rain.

Very intense high precipitation supercell storm moves south in the Nebraska Sand…

The Weirdest Clouds: Arcus Clouds (Roll Clouds and Shelf Clouds)

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“In the deep blue of the night shine the millions of stars and my spirit burning bright, spinning on into the sun. Flying higher, now my journey's begun.” ~ ‘Across the Universe of Time’

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