The striking winning images in the Storm Photos of the Year contest revealed

the striking winning images in the storm photos of the year contest revealed

These are the electrifying winners and finalists in the inaugural Storm Photos of the Year competition – and they show some of 2020’s wildest weather.

There were two categories in the contest, Photographer of the Year and Photo of the Year, with entries pouring in from around the world, from the bright lights of Manhattan to the wilds of Australia.

U.S storm chaser Scott Peake won the Photo of the Year category with a stunning shot snapped near Ashby in Minnesota of a ferocious tornado at the end of a rainbow.

Meanwhile, Tim Baca from New Mexico claimed the Photographer of the Year award with a portfolio that judges deemed had ‘a variety of compositions with subtle editing and great foregrounds’.

Mike Olbinski, an Emmy-award winning photographer and filmmaker who founded the Storm Photos of the Year contest, said that despite the challenging circumstances of 2020, the ‘submissions were mind-blowing nonetheless [with] some absolutely insane captures, from close-range lightning bolts, stunning compositions and the raw power of tornadoes’. Twist your way down to see the cream of the crop… 

This image taken by Scott Peake near Ashby in Minnesota claimed first place in the Photo of the Year category…

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