Urban Fabric: Storm Chasing Part II

Videographer and storm-chaser Justin Terveen tracks the supercells responsible for North Texas' nasty weather

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There is no humanly possible way for your naked eyes to see the world like Justin Terveen. You saw the still photography of his Urban Fabric: Storm Chasing, now experience the extraordinary video.

Watch blades of grass tremble in fear as storms brew overhead. Unruly clouds unfold like Venus’s gaseous surface, and swirling masses form vast black holes in the sky. Despite the seemingly never-ending Texas summer heat, we must remember how terrifyingly miraculous the weather can be.

For more Urban Fabric, view Part I of Storm Chasing

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