Come spring, the air over Tornado Alley begins to crackle and neon lightning whips across the sky: Nature’s brazen declaration that storm season has arrived in the southern plains of the United States.
For many, the telltale signs—dark, green-tinged skies, large hail, and a deafening roar—are signals to shelter indoors and wait. For others, like photographer Mike Olbinski, it’s an invitation.
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