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RMetS Weather Photographer of the Year Calendar 2022
RMetS Weather Photographer of the Year Calendar 2022
RMetS Weather Photographer of the Year Calendar 2022

RMetS Weather Photographer of the Year Calendar 2022

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RMetS Store
Regular price
£7.50
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£7.50

The Royal Meteorological Society’s popular annual Weather Photographer of the Year competition, in association with AccuWeather, is the international showcase for the very best photography featuring weather in its widest sense. The Society’s 2022 wall calendar features all the finalists from the main category in the 2021 competition, alongside the winner and runner-up of the Young Weather Photographer category and the new mobile phone category.  

Selected by an esteemed international judging panel for their originality, storytelling and ability to capture the extraordinary as well as the tranquil, the finalists represent the work of 15 different nationalities. The collection in this calendar is both a showcase for the impressive variety of weather we experience around the world, as well as for photographers who specialise in documenting the world they see around them. This calendar is the perfect gift for anyone who wants to escape and experience the world through stunning images. 

Each month contains two stunning photos, accompanied by a detailed caption comprising the photographer’s story, as well as supporting meteorological facts and figures to impress your friends and family!  

The photos are displayed with a dated grid, including UK holidays and enough space to organise important birthdays, appointments and reminders. Plus, meteorological seasons, minimum & maximum temperatures for every day of the year, monthly averages for temperatures, rainfall and sunshine, moon phases and sunrise and sunset time (UK). 

Envelope not included. 

Members of the Society are entitled to a 20% discount on shop items. This will be applied when you enter your discount code during the checkout process.