(CBS) -- Photographer, storm chaser and TED fellow Camille Seaman has spent five years capturing incredible images of some of the most dramatic weather patterns in the United States. For her "Big Cloud" project, Seaman travels twice a year to the Great Plains states to photograph supercells, a type of rotating thunderstorm.
To learn more about Seaman and her work, visit her website. You can also learn more about the "Big Cloud" project on Kickstarter.
PHOTO CREDITS: Camille Seaman
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