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Severe Weather Photography Contest – Winners of Week #08 of 2021 (Feb 22nd – Feb 28th)

SEVERE WEATHER PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST RESULTS

Week 08 of 2021 (Feb 22nd – Feb 28th)

The winning photographs are based on the highest number of votes received on a weekly basis by followers of the Severe Weather Photography Contest Facebook page. Please read the Contest participation Guides and Rules.

BEST PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE WEEK 08


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1st place – WINNER: Marko Korošec – 298 votes

“Early evening view of the exploding towers of a monster supercell storm near Kamnik, Slovenia on July 29th, 2020.” by Marko Korošec

2nd place: Piotr Michno – 209 votes

“Södertälje, Sweden 31.01.2021” by Piotr Michno

3rd place: Maja Kraljik – 208 votes

“One of the nicer sunsets I’ve had.The sun was sinking in the fog over the sea,and like the icing on the cake-on the stone a cormorant was posing.. Oct 20th,2018. NW Adriatic sea,Croatia” by Maja Kraljik


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4th place: Máté Sütő – 179 votes

“My favourite sunset last year in Felgyő, Hungary. 27.05.2020” by Máté Sütő

5th place: Christian Kreuzer – 130 votes

“thunderstorm bavaria 26,07,20 near Schwandorf” by Christian Kreuzer

6th place: Przemek Rodzik – 121 votes

“Thunderstorm with nice core over Bytom. 26.07.2020 Upper Silesia, Poland” by Przemek Rodzik

6th place: Nicola Pirondini – 121 votes

“”Brutal” Portogruaro (Venezia, N-Italy) June 29, 2020″ by cola Pirondini

7th place: Stefan Dantinger – 98 votes

“Januar 2019. Hirschenstein/Bavaria” by Stefan Dantinger

8th place: Massimo Ruvidi – 91 votes

“19/09/2019 Acquamorta (Campania, Italy)” by Massimo Ruvidi

9th place: Maria Kamb – 89 votes

“Crete,Greece 8/1/2021” by Maria Kamb

10th place: Ciro Giuffrè – 85 votes

“Sicily, Italy 25 Febbraio 2019” by Ciro Giuffrè


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