This year, the Royal Meteorological Society and weather forecaster AccuWeather have received over 7,700 entries for their Weather Photographer of the Year competition. From rivers to clouds to thunderstorms, all of the images show the beautiful impact that weather leaves on our planet and the judges have had a hard time choosing the winners. But they had to.
Photographer Rudolf Sulgan took home the grand prize for his photograph of people making their way across the Brooklyn Bridge in the middle of a blizzard.
“The weather affects all of our lives and this picture captures that perfectly,” Liz Bentley, Chief Executive of the Royal Meteorological Society (RMetS) and panel judge, said in a statement. “Brooklyn Bridge provides an iconic backdrop, but it is the combined effect of snow, wind and freezing temperatures on the people trying to cross the bridge that tells the whole story—it sends a shiver down my spine.”
But the other winners and finalists also deserve all the attention they can get, so continue scrolling and…
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