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Weather Photographer of the year 2019 announced after a slew of impressive snapshots shortlisted

Weather Photographer of the year 2019 announced after a slew of impressive snapshots shortlisted


The royal meteorological society (rms) has brought the winner of its climate photographer of the 365 days award, with lightning strikes and billowing storms many of the pinnacle entries.
Gareth mon jones won the overall prize for his photo of a cloud inversion filling the valley below him in Snowdonia.

A few dozen beautiful pictures were covered most of the winners and shortlisted entries, ranging from snow-blanketed bushes backed by the northern lights to massive waves crashing right into a lighthouse at dawn.

Liz Bentley, the chief executive of the arms, praised the “best and amount of amazing photos” submitted for the 2019 competition.

“The pix speak volumes about our obsession inside the climate – taking pictures its beauty, its power and its fragility inside the face of the human hobby,” she added. Storms were a famous concern this yr, with lightning moves and supercell weather structures making more than one appearance.

Hugo Begg came first inside the 17-and-under age class with his photo of lightning spearing thru low clouds within the path bay countrywide park.

And lenticular clouds made the shortlist, inclusive of one that looked like a cinnamon roll to photographer bingyin solar. The statement comes a month after the herbal history museum announced the top flora and fauna photographers of the 12 months.

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