Monday 18 July - Thursday 22 September
Open Monday - Saturday: 10am - 4pm
A digital exhibition of the best photos from the 2021 competition
Explore the awe and majesty of the world's weather in all its beauty and diversity in this brand-new digital display from the Royal Meteorological Society's Weather Photographer of the Year competition. Over 30 powerful photographs will tell the story of the earth's dramatic and ever-changing climate.
Curious clouds, majestic haloes and rainbows, rare lightning sprites, floods and magical mists are just some of the fascinating photos you will see. This exhibition showcases the very best entries from the winners and finalists of the 6th year of the competition, which attracted more than 8,900 photographs submitted by over 3,300 photographers from 114 countries.
Displayed in a video format with insights from meteorologists and photography experts, visitors will leave the exhibition with a deeper understanding of how this force of nature can affect our planet and what we need to do to protect it.
This year's Weather Photographer of the Year competition, in association with AccuWeather, remains FREE to enter with an additional mobile phone category and Young Weather Photographer of the Year category for anyone under 18. Details on how to enter are available at rmets.org (closes 28 June).