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SWE Photography Contest week #03 of 2021 (Jan 18th – Jan 24th) Winners


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Week 03 of 2021 (Jan 18th – Jan 24th) – the highest number of votes received.

1st place – WINNER: Brad Hannon – 387 votes


“Stunning mammatus at sunset as a tornadic storm weakens and drifts eastward in New Mexico – May 21st 2012” by Brad Hannon

2nd place: Lukas Gallo – 369 votes


“-16 degrees sunrise, Plöckenstein 1378m, Bohemian Forest, Czech republic. 17.1.2021” by Lukas Gallo

3rd place: Maja Kraljik – 362 votes


“Beast from the South. June 8th,2018. NW Adriatic,Croatia” by Maja Kraljik

4th place: Marc Favre – 279 votes


“Aleria, Corsica – France. Sept 21, 2020. After the storm passed over me, I had the chance to catch a few bolts while watching it going away giving this rainbow” by Marc Favre

5th place: Entoni Novosel – 243 votes


“First storm of the year on the evening of 02. January ’21. Never saw so strong updrafts that early ,in the middle of the winter.
Storms started to develop above Kvarner bay and eastern Istrian shore and went further up north quickly. This positive strike is the only bolt that this cloud produced. More to come as this was toward the end of the night. From Pula, Croatia 02.01.2021” by Entoni Novosel

6th place: Manuel Gruber – 237 votes


“16.09.2020. Drautal-Kärnten-Austria” by Manuel Gruber

7th place: Dea Scha – 128 votes


“Frozen antenas on Guslica peak (1490m), near Rijeka, Croatia. On 17.01.2021” by Dea Scha

8th place: Marius Pranaitis – 114 votes


“Snow after freezing rain near Utena, Lithuania, 2021-01-22” by Marius Pranaitis

9th place: Ryan Crouse – 80 votes


“July 12, 2020. Tornado Warned Storm between Yorkton – Melville SK. Canada” by Ryan Crouse

10th place: Igali Lászlóné Gyöngyi – 77 votes


“Hungary – Nagykanizsa. 23.01.2021” by Igali Lászlóné Gyöngyi

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