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When the heavens open: The beautiful but devastatingly dangerous swirling clouds that gather before giving way to a tornado

Storm chaser: Camille Seaman captures the drama of supercells

At up to 50 miles wide and 65,000ft tall these supercell storms are devastatingly beautiful, as they form over the central states in the U.S. This stunning set of images were taken by Native American Camille Seaman, as she joined storm chasers for the peak tornado season in May and June, over four years.

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