Hvar is the sunniest Croatian island, clocking in the average 2726 hours of sun yearly, drawing in thousands of tourists, sailboats and yachts, but it also has a darker side which is just as stunning. The creative duo Mario Romulić and Dražen Stojčić spent 2 years filming the skies around the famed island and their final cut was released a couple of days ago.
During the two-year period, Romulić and Stojčić were lucky enough to capture some spectacular thunderstorms in slow motion and time lapse techniques. They shot over 350,000 thousand photographs, picking “only” 10,000 best frames for this film. The filming took place on the island Hvar itself, but also from mountain Biokovo and nearby island Brač.
You can view this spectacular video here.