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Week 13-2020 (March 23rd – March 29th) Contest Winners


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Week 13 of 2020 (March 23th – March 29th) – the highest number of votes received.

1st place – WINNER: Danijel Palčić‎ – 337 votes


“Amazing altocumulus lenticularis over Pag town, Croatia, 31.5.2019.” by Danijel Palčić‎

2nd place: Maja Kraljik‎ – 281 votes


“A wonderful CB that surprised at the start of the second month that year. Photographed at the location that is one of my favorite in this area. Feb.11th,2016. NW Istria,Croatia” by Maja Kraljik‎

3rd place: Jeroen Vanheers‎ – 246 votes


“Beautiful tornadic HP supercell near Cheyenne (WY) on may 27, 2018. The cell produced a handful tornadoes & had some amazing structure” by Jeroen Vanheers

4th place: Marko Korošec‎ – 183 votes


“A small shower over the island of Krk, Croatia with bloody colors during sunset. June 25th, 2017.” by Marko Korošec‎

5th place: Nichas Anastasios‎ – 181 votes


“Sunset , Greece , Crete March 2020” by Nichas Anastasios

6th place: Claudia WestSilver DiVico – 169 votes


“Italy – Foce Verde (LT) – sept 2019” by Claudia WestSilver DiVico

7th place: Gregor Vojščak‎ – 165 votes


“Beautifull shelf cloud from outflow dominant supercell we chased in Croatia in June of 2019.” by Gregor Vojščak‎

8th place: Nicky Villa‎ – 135 votes


“Rock of Gibraltar” by Nicky Villa‎

9th place: Andreas Feichtmeier‎ – 132 votes


“June 2th 2019 tornado warned supercell with a low hanging wallcloud near Hagerman in New Mexico.” by Andreas Feichtmeier‎

10th place: Stéphane Pereira‎ – 110 votes


“After starting a forest fire, lightning strikes several times in the centre of the burning fireplace. City of Bordeaux – forest fire in the Médoc. City of Bordeaux. 26th July 2019” by Stéphane Pereira‎

See SWE Photography Contest results from the previous weeks:

Week 10-2020 (Mar 2nd – Mar 8th) Contest Winners


Week 11-2020 (Mar 09th – Mar 15th) Contest Winners



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