Immersed in Awe: Surrendering to the Raw Magnitude of Nature’s Power.TranYen

These photos won prizes in the contest “images of weather or scientific applications in weather, water and climate forecasting” organized by the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

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Overwhelmed by the sheer power of nature
Stars after the storm. (Photo: Brad Goddard)
The contest, organized by NOAA, ran from January 1, 2014 to March 31, 2015. The results were officially announced on June 16. The first three photos were taken by American professional photographer Brad Goddard.

Overwhelmed by the sheer power of nature

A tornado picks up dust as the sun sets near Traer, Iowa, USA.

Overwhelmed by the sheer power of nature

A tornado passed through a road in Reinbeck, Iowa.

Overwhelmed by the sheer power of nature
The next three photos demonstrate the “mysterious and extreme power of weather and climate.”
Proton arc over Lake Superior in Clio, Michigan, USA, taken by American photographer Ken Williams.

Overwhelmed by the sheer power of nature

A magical cloud that looks like a huge explosion in the city area of ​​Prescott, Arizona, USA, taken by photographer Bob Larson.

Overwhelmed by the sheer power of nature
“Skyfire” over Glacier National Park, USA, captured by Sashikanth Chintla.

Overwhelmed by the sheer power of nature
This photo belongs to the “Science in Action” theme, about a researcher going on a field trip, capturing the aurora borealis in Alaska, USA, taken by Christopher Morse.

Overwhelmed by the sheer power of nature

The last three photos were taken with a cell phone. “Mountain Smoke” is the name of the photo of the mountain in Canton, North Carolina, USA, taken by Elijah Burris.

Overwhelmed by the sheer power of nature
“Spring Blocking” – cold rain tries to prevent spring from coming, photographed by Mike Shelby.

Overwhelmed by the sheer power of nature
“Rolling Clouds Over Lake Tahoe”, Sierra Nevada, USA by Christopher LeBoa.

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