The Royal Meteorological Society has announced 2020's Weather Photographer of the Year, providing a ton of gorgeous options for new desktop backgrounds. If we can't go outside due to a deadly global pandemic, at least the outside can kind of come to us.
The top prize this year went to Rudolf Sulgan for "Blizzard," a chilly image of New York's Brooklyn Bridge during a severe snow storm. He was awarded $646 for his photograph, as well as a HERO8 Go Pro and one year of membership to the Royal Meteorological Society.
"I made this image in 2018, during a strong blizzard as El Niño’s periodic warming of water often disrupts normal weather patterns," said Sulgan. "My main concern and inspiration are that my images hopefully do a small part in combating climate change." Read more...More about Photography, Weather, Weather Photography, Accuweather, and Weather Photos
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