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Storm Chaser
Jim Reed

A Photographer's Journey

Abrams Books
October 2007
On Sale: October 1, 2007
192 pages
ISBN: 0810993929
EAN: 9780810993921
Hardcover
$36.00
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Non-Fiction Photography

The weather used to be reported after the news; today, it often is the news. Tracking news-making weather, storm chasers seek dramatic images of tornadoes, hurricanes, blizzards, lightning storms, and other extreme and unusual weather phenomena. News organizations compete to broadcast and publish these images because people care passionately about the weather.

Jim Reed is one of America’s most successful and award-winning storm chasers in an era when global climate is changing. His fifteen years of photography documents this change. As the years go by, he sees spring come earlier, summers get hotter, and tornadoes and hurricanes increase in frequency and intensity. In Storm Chaser, a beautiful picture book about some of the most powerful—and sometimes deadly—phenomena in our world, Reed shares his best images and his experiences as he tracks these storms throughout the country.

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Good Morning America - December 18, 2007

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