Out in the Great Plains in the central United States from Texas to the Dakotas, much of the interesting landscape is in the sky. Storms develop from the clash of cold air from the Rocky Mountains and the north with warm moist air from the Gulf of Mexico. They have great clouds as they move over relatively flat land. These supercell storms can often rise to over 50,000 feet in elevation.
A photographer of over 40 years, Bob Neiman loves to shoot landscapes out of his home in Delray Beach Florida where he lives with his wife, Geri, and dog, Jasper. In this article, he walks us through the excitement of his storm chasing trip to the Great Plains of the USA.