Storm Chasing Photos Capture the Beauty and Destruction of Powerful Storm Clouds

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Storm Chasing Photos Capture the Beauty and Destruction of Powerful Storm Clouds
Camille Seaman storm chasing photography
Acclaimed picture taker Camille Seaman keeps on consolidating narrative photography with compelling artwork sensibilities in her new book The Big Cloud. This progressing arrangement, which we initially highlighted in 2012, sees Seaman going up against the part of tempest chaser, seeking after the magnificence and annihilation of mind blowing storms over the United States.
Sailor's invasion into storm chasing was happy. Similarly as she scanned for new motivation after her enterprises in Antarctica, her young girl was watching Storm Chasers on National Geographic TV and got out, "You ought." bit of burrowing and she ended up on her first tempest pursuing visit, not long after changing into the part of enlisted driver. Furthermore, along these lines, started another enthusiasm.
"I wasn't set up for exactly how overpowering an ordeal pursuing can be. It is instinctive and multisensory: the possess an aroma similar to the charged particles, the sweetness of the grass, the fragrance of the asphalt just before it rains, seeing the breeze blowing through cornfields," Seaman composes in The Big Cloud. "Also the shades of the mists and the light of the sky and the lightning. It's all so excellent, so great, thus lowering in the meantime."
Through the span of 176 pages, more than 100 of Seaman's photos show the energy of nature. Each tempest has its own particular identity exemplified by the rich hues and undefined state of the mists. Through her master focal point, each photo shows up as a scene painting, truly demonstrating the temporary peace before a violent upheaval.
"The interest of mists is self-evident: no two are the same, and nobody is the same for long," Alan Burdick, science essayist for The New Yorker, writes in the presentation. "What's more, they show change as well as cause it also. A cloud can be wonderful, shocking, or both—the epitome of the eminent."
Camille Seaman's book, The Big Cloud, includes more than 100 intense photos of tempests taken over the United States.
Storm Chasing Photos Capture the Beauty and Destruction of Powerful Storm Clouds
Storm chasing photo by Camille Seaman
Low precipitation supercell. Nebraska, June 2012.
Storm Chasing Photos Capture the Beauty and Destruction of Powerful Storm CloudsCamille Seaman - The Big Cloud Book
Kansas, June 2008.
Storm Chasing Photos Capture the Beauty and Destruction of Powerful Storm Clouds
Storm chasing photo by Camille Seaman
Mammatus clouds on the back side of severe storms, one to two inch hailstones. Nebraska, June 2008.
Storm Chasing Photos Capture the Beauty and Destruction of Powerful Storm Clouds
Camille Seaman - The Big Cloud
Minnesota, June 2014.
Storm Chasing Photos Capture the Beauty and Destruction of Powerful Storm Clouds
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