One of the best supercell timelapses ever, shot in Climax, Kansas (video)
Sometimes nature puts on a show that is so awe-inspiring that the best thing to do is sit back and enjoy! Even better if you have a camera with you and you are a great shot:
The timelapse was shot near Climax, Kansas, on May 10th, 2014, by Stephen Locke.
Here's what the structure of a supercell thunderstorm, aka rotating thunderstorm, looks like:
For the meteorological buffs, Wikipedia has a lot more details on supercells.
This supercell thunderstorm timelapse is also very beautiful. It was shot in Texas:
Here's another supercell, this one from Wyoming:
You can find more of Locke's work at Tempest Gallery.