12 cool shots selected for Weather Photographer of The Year 2022

This year, the Royal Meteorological Society is hosting the seventh Weather Photographer of The Year Awards. Today, an open voting for the best frame from the shortlist has started, which will last until September 21. The winners of the contest will be announced on October 6th.

Photos of applicants

Taiwan in January 2021

Photo: Rossi Fang / Weather Photographer of the Year

Myanmar pagoda at sunset.

Photo: Aung Chan Thar / Weather Photographer of the Year

Thunderstorm in Sant Pol de Mar, Barcelona in September 2019.

Photo: Enric Navarrete Bachs / Weather Photographer of the Year

A double rainbow in the waters of Bembridge near the Isle of Wight in the UK.

Photo: Jamie Russell/Weather Photographer of the Year

Rainwater runs down a dam wall in Cumbria, UK.

Photo: Andrew McCaren / Weather Photographer of the Year

Morning mist over Loch Lomond in Scotland in September 2021.

Photo: Vince Campbel / Weather Photographer of the Year

The Brocken Ghost phenomenon in Barcelona in June 2021.

Photo: Emili Vilamala Benito / Weather Photographer of the Year

Sunrise over the river Gwda in Poland.

Photo: Krzysztof Tollas / Weather Photographer of the Year

Storm in Newhaven, UK.

Photo: Christopher Ison / Weather Photographer of the Year

Waterspout in the sky over Barcelona in July 2021.

Photo: Carlos Castillejo Balsera / Weather Photographer of the Year

Bridge in the city of Črni Kal in Slovenia.

Photo: Sara Jazbar / Weather Photographer of the Year

Children extract water from a hole dug in a dried-up river mouth, West Bengal (India).

Photo: Barun Rajgarias / Weather Photographer of the Year

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