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SWE Photography Contest week #01 of 2021 (Jan 04th – Jan 10th) Winners


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Week 01 of 2021 (Dec 04th – Jan 10th) – the highest number of votes received.

1st place – WINNER: Michiel Baatsen – 312 votes


“When you suddenly see how the term ‘wall cloud’ came to be.Increadible cloud structure on a tornado-warned cell near Sterling, CO on 27 May 2019” by Michiel Baatsen

2nd place: Maja Kraljik – 200 votes


“Epic night with nice structures and intensive lightning.It is also dramatic view on strong rain shaft illuminated by lightning.Sept 26th-27th,2020.Novigrad,Croatia” by Maja Kraljik

3rd place: Andreas Feichtmeier – 186 votes


“06/06/2019 thunderstorm with a massive dustfront in Texas.” by Andreas Feichtmeier

4th place: Dario Grubišić – 149 votes


“Beautiful lightning 2.1.2021,Crikvenica – Croatia” by Dario Grubišić

5th place: Brad Hannon – 144 votes


“Extraordinary scenes near Gre Gre, Victoria, Australia during blue hour as a slow moving low pressure trough finally kicked the storms into another gear. Jan 2nd 2021.” by Brad Hannon

6th place: Danijel Palčić – 113 votes


“Panoramic view of a beautiful cumulonimbus over Velebit mountain this summer.. Island of Pag, Croatia, 12.8.2020.” by Danijel Palčić

7th place: Tomáš Michálek – 106 votes


“Today’s snowflakes in Eastern Bohemia 10.1.2021” by Tomáš Michálek

8th place: Massimo Ruvidi – 103 votes


“25/09/2020 a daytime lightning,Acquamorta (Campania, Italy)” by Massimo Ruvidi

9th place: Enrico Pino Serafini – 101 votes


“04/01/2021.View of a majestic storm on the Tyrrhenian Sea from Rocca di Papa (Rome)” by Enrico Pino Serafini

10th place: Kristjan Kõluvere – 90 votes


“Intense lightingstorm over Gulf of Riga, West-Estonia,18/6/2020” by Kristjan Kõluvere

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