Camille Seaman is a photographer, born in 1962 in the USA, chasing extreme weather across the country and capturing it at its peak. Some of her clients include National Geographic Magazine & Newsweek.
“We started out near Sidney (Nebraska) following an LP (Low Precipitation) super cell storm cloud. A while later we were in the wheat fields near Gurley. The storm by this time had tops as high as 60,000 ft (18.28 km).
East of Chappell there was a brief tornado, we then remained stationary west of Chappell near a windmill and allowed the mesocyclone to travel directly over us and then watched the lightning as darkness descended upon us.”