Submissions needed – show us your best weather photo

I have another website that I run, Weather Picture of the Day, which you can see on the WUWT right-hand sidebar as a thumbnail image that changes daily. There we feature interesting weather (not climate) photos from all over the world.

Have a look here: https://weatherpictureoftheday.com/

Got a great weather photo? Send it! Get some views, get your “15 minutes of fame”.

Easy to do, just follow the submission link:

Submit a photo

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20 thoughts on “Submissions needed – show us your best weather photo

  1. Today, March 25, 2018 at an oil rig in northern Alberta, heavy snow
    please do not use my name with it as this is “tight hole” where no pics are supposed to be taken
    On Sun, Mar 25, 2018 at 12:51 PM, Watts Up With That? wrote:
    > Anthony Watts posted: “I have another website that I run, Weather Picture > of the Day, which you can see on the WUWT right-hand sidebar as a thumbnail > image that changes daily. There we feature interesting weather (not > climate) photos from all over the world. Have a look ” >

  2. for anyone that hasn’t had a look at the weather pics site yet it really is worth clicking on the link in the sidebar. there are some fantastic images posted. you don’t even need to have any skill in photography at all to get a picture featured, even i managed it !

  3. I’ve twice been honored to have my pictures used. I highly recommend chasing weather pictures and submitting them to Weather Picture of the Day.
    It’s lots of fun, and you can see lots of striking photos there.

  4. I’ll send more. I have a whole bunch! I’m using the submission form and linking to the photo, so you see nothing here.

  5. To: Anyone one or more who has Arctic photo’s or ocean photo’s.
    I need time-series photo’s of the Arctic “midnight” sun, preferably with a reflection of the sunlight from the Arctic ocean underneath.
    Of any ocean (temperate latitude or (even better) near-tropical) time-series of the sunset, on clear days and on cloudy days.
    I’ll use these (with acknowledgement and credit of course) when writing about arctic sea ice, ocean albedos, and the heat balance of the Arctic ocean. If a copyright license or payment is needed, contact me with your requirements via the moderators.

  6. Gee, I have only photos in my hard drive, nowhere online, as things tend to get nicked by people who didn’t take them. And I kind of resent that. But I’ll be happy to directly send a scan of a slide from the day after the January 1967 blizzard which buried Chicago. This particular image shot 250 miles south of Chicago just outside my small home town shows power line poles broken off at ground level and flipped over.on their tops.
    I also have the aftermath of that February 2011 with 4.5 feet of snow drifted up against my storm door. If you want that I’ll send it, but no, I won’t put stuff online as a general rule, for good reason.

  7. You say.
    “There we feature interesting weather (not climate) photos from all over the world”
    I’m curious what does a climate photo look like, all I could think of was a stack of photos of the same area for the last 30 or more years?
    I do like looking at the pictures and have thought of sending in one or two of my oun.
    James Bull

  8. Southern Herkimer County in upstate New York oftentimes has beautiful “sunsets” also, especially when one lives high upon a hilltop with unobstructed views of the horizon.
    The following picture was E-mailed to me by a close friend and was taken from the West side of their home, at sunset, on the first day of Spring, March 21, 2018. The snowfall is the result of the last “Nor-Easter” and is probably the most they have been subjected to in quite a few years.
    http://i1019.photobucket.com/albums/af315/SamC_40/IMG_5176.jpg

  9. Thanks for featuring all of the photos I’ve sent in! I’ll go through the archive and upload a few older ones.

  10. Someone asked what a climate photo looks like. My answer: a climate photo is a group-shot selfie of the major “consensus” players — I think they’d all fit in the same frame — if not, then they could do the panning thing, but I guess a non-group member would have to snap it.

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