competition for the bestweather photographyIt was organized for 7 years. British Royal Meteorological Society Conducted in cooperation with the service AccuWeather. To participate in it, it is enough to send a picture of a natural phenomenon in the sky that you witnessed. Last year both pros and casual amateurs were uploaded 9000 photos. Valuable prizes await the winners and authors for the best photos. Photographs showing climate change are highly recorded.
We have a few more months until the end of 2022, but for now British Royal Meteorological Society 5 photos were submitted to participate in the competition. It is worth seeing them.
The picture above shows what is called “Brocken’s Ghost”. It is an optical phenomenon found, among other things, in the mountains, which consists in observing your shadow on the cloud below the observer. that happens The shadow of the observer is surrounded by a rainbow border called glory. The photo was taken in the São Valley in Barcelona, which was covered in fog. Its creator was standing at that time on the cliff of Tafertit, which is why this picture was called “soul over lifeM “.
A rainbow is an optical phenomenon that occurs when the sun illuminates some water droplets scattered in the air. The water refracts sunlight and forms an impressive arc across the sky. I took one of the most beautiful “double rainbow” photos. Jimmy Russell In the southeast of England.
Another photo taken in Barcelona, Spain. Its author is Carlos Castilego Balcera, who witnessed the extraordinary spectacle at sea. Lightning appeared next to the raging water hurricane. Admittedly, he pressed the shutter at the perfect moment.
An amazing picture was taken of the phenomenon of mirage in the sky Near the mouth of the Thames on the sea coast of Great Britain. The outlines appeared suddenly against the setting sun futuristic city. In fact, it shows a reflection of the buildings from the city Southendthat looks higher than it actually is. photo author Brendan Conway He admitted that his sight paralyzed him. “Watching this heavenly scene was an unforgettable moment– He said in an interview with British media.
photo author Laura Hayden He describes that over a wheat field in the famous Tornado Alley in the United States, he observed the formation of a so-called supercell, a very dangerous formation of storm clouds. They are the ones who create floods, hurricanes and deadly tornadoes. When the sky got dark, he immediately took a picture. “There is nothing better than feeling like you are facing something so huge and potentially devastating, but at the same time so majestic and so beautiful.– said the author of the photo.
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