April 6th, 2006 -- me and my friend Josh are following a storm in northcentral Kansas. Unfortunately, we were on the back end of this one, which made it hard to catch. About 15 minutes after we shot this, this storm put down a tornado.
When you're underneath a storm, sometimes you lose track of how incredibly massive it is. The clouds at the top of this picture are nearly nine miles straight up -- almost twice as tall as Mount Everest.