Fearless storm chaser hunts hurricanes around the globe
These astonishing photos were taken at the heart of Tornado Alley in the Great Plains of United States of America.
Storm Chaser and professional photographer Marko Korosec, 34 from Sezana, Slovenia is also Meteorologist who is a supervisor and weather expert for roads in Slovenia.
Marko often travels to the hurricane hotspot in America a few weeks at a time between May and June when the storms are most severe and the tornado season peaks.
The hunt for a sensational storm has taken Marko all over the States, Croatia, Italy and the Adriatic Sea hoping to catch one on a flat field where they are at their most formidable.
Marko said: “The photos show the various shapes of storm structures, a so-called super-cell storms which are the most dangerous storms on the planet.
“They can produce giant hail up to grapefruit size, killer lightning strikes, torrential rainfall, destructive winds and violent tornadoes, usually resulting in life-threatening situations.
“I try to provide the pure mother nature’s fury on the photos, dramatic impressions.
“I’ve been doing storm chasing for 17 years now, started in 1999, at first I was just observing and photographing storms around my home country.
“In the following years my passion took me to the heart of severe weather in Tornado Alley to research the most dangerous storms.
Doing it each year now, goal is to be on the best storms each day and of course at the best time, to get perfectly composed photos and express the rough power of mother nature’s fury.
“Storms are very dangerous but very photogenic at the same time, I love sharing them with my friends and followers.
“My years of experience in storm chasing, high skills in photography and post processing on top of my deep knowledge of meteorology allows me to be one of the best in this field.
“With collected experience I can come to the best spots around the storms and still be in the safe position. Always safety first which takes years to achieve though.