Every flower is a soul blossoming in nature.  Gerard De Nerval

Spectacular World Frozen Harbor Lighthouse Benton Harbor on Lake Michigan St Joseph North Pier Berrien County, Michigan USA Copy Write Protected by Thomas Zakowski, Photographer

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.

Lightnings, hurricanes, tornados and supercells by storm chaser Camille Seaman

Epic supercell thunderstorm clouds in Kansas from photographer Camille Seaman. - I see this and think, God help that farmer! Silos right underneath that thing! Check out the website to see

By Jim Reed.... (Dirt Devil)The 1st time I saw one of these driving thru the desert I thought it was a tornado... From Missouri!

The Sorting Tornado? Kansas tornado: a rare close-up of a tornado from within 150 feet. The twister sucks up dirt as it churns across a rural landscape in western Kansas on May Photo by Jim Reed (I think).

exPress-o: Mammatus Phenomenon = Bubble Clouds

Mammatus Clouds - "True to their ominous appearance, mammatus clouds are often harbingers of a coming storm or other extreme weather system. Typically composed primarily of ice, they can extend for hundreds of miles in each direction.

Mount Pinatubo, Philippines erupts

Pyroclastic Cloud from the Mount Pinatubo Eruption . these clouds move at up to "Pedal-to-the-Metal" required!

Extreme weather events, such as these multiple tornadoes, are more likely as a result of climate change. See more: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2013/13/130215-severe-storm-climate-change-weather-science/

Burning daylight—thought these were tornadoes, I think those are the burning oil wells in Kuwait during the Gulf War. Iraq set fire to more than 600 of them as they retreated from Kuwait during the Gulf War in 1991