Mesmerising time-lapse footage has been captured of an ominous supercell storm cloud.
Isaac, of Madison, Wisconsin, said: “The storm coincided with the sunset perfectly. The colours seen in the timelapse are just like what we saw with our eyes.
“Usually every spring I head out to the central United States to storm chase for a week or two.
“As such, my group and I were in the Texas panhandle, hoping to see something just like that one day.
“This video was filmed using a Canon 6D and EF 24-70 2.8L lens. It’s exactly something I’d been hoping to capture!”
A supercell, sometimes referred to as a “rotating thunderstorm”, is characterised by a heavy, constantly-rotating current of rising air.
Although the least common type of thunderstorm, they can often be the most severe.
Their large scale and isolation from other thunderstorms make supercells a sublime and sinister sight.
The video was shot on May 16, 2021.