Vietnamese photographer wins international photo contest

Vietnamese photographer, Vu Trung Huan, with a photo capturing the beauty of Long Coc tea hills in northern Vietnam was honored as the first runner up of the Royal Meteorological Society’s Weather Photographer of the Year 2020, in association with AccuWeather.

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Long Coc tea hill has mysterious and strange features when the sun is not yet up. Hidden in the morning mist, the green color of tea leaves still stands out. Early in the morning, holding a cup of tea, taking a breath of fresh air, watching the gentle green stretches of green tea hills. It is true that nothing is equal.

vietnamese photographer wins international photo contest
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For those who love nature, like to watch the sunrise, when standing on the top of the hill, you will most clearly feel the transition between night and day. A large green land suddenly caught in sight. When the sun is up, everything is tinged with sunlight, on the tea buds there is still glittering morning dew, a pure beauty that makes you just want to embrace everything, Vu Trung Huan shared.

vietnamese photographer wins international photo contest
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Rudolf Sulgan’s image, Blizzard, showing Brooklyn Bridge in New York, has been announced the winner of the competition.

vietnamese photographer wins international photo contest
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The winner in the Young Photographer category was this image of a leaf frozen in ice in Russia by photograph Kolesnik Stephanie Sergeevna.

vietnamese photographer wins international photo contest
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This shot of snow hummocks with the ice backlit by the midday sun at Lake Baikal in Siberia was voted the public’s favorite (Photographer: Alexey Trofimov).

vietnamese photographer wins international photo contest
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Shot in Yellowstone national park, where winter temperatures range from -20 to -50C. (Photographer: Laura Hedian).

vietnamese photographer wins international photo contest
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A rare flying saucer-shaped cloud known as a lenticular appears over a rock formation in Argentina. (Photographer: Francisco Javier Negroni Rodriguez).

vietnamese photographer wins international photo contest
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A drone shot captures villagers crossing drought-stricken fields in Bangladesh. (Photographer: Abdul Momin).

vietnamese photographer wins international photo contest
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A storm breaks over the desert and downtown area of the Texan city. (Photographer: Lori Grace Bailey).

vietnamese photographer wins international photo contest
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Mammatus are a type of cloud that appear in association with strong thunderstorms. These loomed over Frankfurt am Main in Germany. (Photographer: Boris Jordan).

vietnamese photographer wins international photo contest
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Water cascades down the 21-meter high dam wall at Wet Sleddale in Cumbria. (Photographer: Andrew McCaren).

vietnamese photographer wins international photo contest
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An incredible tornado sweeps across rural Colorado. (Photographer: Tori Jane Ostberg).

vietnamese photographer wins international photo contest
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Frosted trees in front of a bank of fog, in a bitterly cold landscape near Broomfield, Colorado. (Photographer: Preston Stoll).

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