Stunning pictures from the winners of the "Weather of the year"Pictolic
Incredible photo of people crossing the Brooklyn bridge in new York city during a snowstorm, was selected as the winner of the "Weather photographer of the year". Icy image of Rudolf Surgana, Blizzard, was selected as the overall winner in the competition organized by the Royal meteorological society from reading. Blizard Rudolf Surgana from new York became the absolute winner of the contest.
First place went to the picture of Wu Chung Juan from Vietnam "Tea hills", which depicts a foggy hills right in front of a beautiful sunrise.
A popular contest which is now in its fifth year and is held in conjunction with AccuWeather, has collected more than 7700 participants from around the world.
Surf's Up Emma rose karst filmed in Wildwood, Missouri.
From pictures of weather phenomena such as clouds, lightning, rain, fog and snow, to the impact of weather on people, the city and the natural landscape — the competition this year was tough.
The spectacular double rainbow on Mangista sea stacks, Isle of Lewis, Scotland, made by Richard Fox.
More than 2,600 photographers submitted images put before the jury a difficult task. The winner Rudolf said:
Semi-wild ponies, caught under the rainbow on Ken Brin common, Swansea
Liz Bentley Executive Director of the RMetS and the judge said:
Winning the contest "Young weather photographer of the year 2020" the 17-year-old Kolesnik Stephanie Sergeevna called "Cold life"
This was seconded by judge Jesse Ferrell, the expert meteorologist with AccuWeather and social networks:
Stunning monochromatic white trees in the fog in the national forest medicine bow-Rutt, near Steamboat springs, Colorado.
Other judges were Gareth Mon Jones, winner of the Weather Photographer of the Year 2019, and Matt Clark, editor of the journal RMetS Weather.
Sleep Madison shows early morning fog, swaying in the autumn land
Best photographer of the weather of 2020 for beginners and creators at the age of 17 years and younger was a 17-year-old Stefania S. Kolesnik from Russia with Frozen image of Life, which depicts a frozen sheet.
"Thirsty land", shot by Abdul Maminom in Chittagong, Bangladesh, shows the cracked earth during severe drought in the area.
Awesome halo cloud over mountain peaks in Argentina, captured by Francisco Negroni Javier Rodriguez
The shortlist of 26 images was put up for public voting, and the vast majority of votes were cast 11 275 votes for finalists from 15 countries.
Halo Michael Capucci was filmed in Mogilev, Belarus, and it was visible stunning lunar halo in the night sky, the photographer called the "eye of God".
The winner was the "gem of lake Baikal", made by Alexei Trofimov on lake Baikal, the deepest and largest freshwater lake in the world, Siberia, Russia.
Kaleidoscope water ripple imprinted 45-year-old Andrew Maccarena on the dam Wet Sleddale, Shap, Cumbria
Stunning purple electric lightning, shot grace Bailey in Texas.
Frosty bison, made by Laura Hayden in Yellowstone, Wyoming.
The winner of the public vote was the photograph a field of ice hummock near Cape Kotelnikovsky in Russia, made by Alexei Trofimov.
This breathtaking shot of Mammatus clouds, shining pink-purple shade, was taken by Boris Jordan in Leipzig.
Picturesque winter sunset in Davor, Croatia
Incredible tornado, cutting through rural field in Colorado after the destruction of the house is captured by tori Jane Ostberg
Tina Wright captured the incredible rose red dust storm in Arizona