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Week 32-2019 (Aug 05th – Aug 11th) Contest Winners


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Week 32 of 2019 (Aug 05th – Aug 11th) – the highest number of votes received.

1st place – WINNER: Justin Wenk‎ – 315 votes


“Tornado warned supercell near Imperial (Nebraska). May 27, 2019. Just unbelievable.” by Justin Wenk

2nd place: Frank Becker‎ – 269 votes


“Possible supercell near Saarbrücken, Germany, yesterday 9th” by Frank Becker‎

3rd place: Stavros Kesedakis‎ – 218 votes


“Waterspout and a diving platform….Rhodes island Greece at Elli beach…..This is a turist hotspot in summer but a waterspout hotspot in fall and spring” by Stavros Kesedakis‎

4th place: Maximilian Conrad‎ – 195 votes


“A triple lightning strike in front of a beastly supercell approaching Stuttgart, Germany yesterday evening (2019/08/06)” by Maximilian Conrad

5th place: Raf Luyckx‎ – 163 votes


by Raf Luyckx

6th place: Skywalkers Corp Photography – 146 votes


“Lightning at 41000ft over Kuwait.” by Skywalkers Corp Photography

6th place: Florian Sabo‎ – 146 votes


“Approaching arcus cloud in South Bavaria three weeks ago” by Florian Sabo

7th place: Manuel Gruber‎ – 142 votes


“Carinthia – Austria” by Manuel Gruber‎

8th place: Jimmy Lefrançois Photographie – 136 votes


“Big storm over Grenoble – France – 24/07/2019” by Jimmy Lefrançois Photographie

9th place: Andreas Feichtmeier‎ – 135 votes


“Juny 2th 2019 severe thunderstorm with a very nice shelfcloud in New Mexico.” by Andreas Feichtmeier‎

10th place: Péter Csiszár‎ – 134 votes


“carinthia – Austria ; of yesterday…” by Péter Csiszár‎

See SWE Photography Contest results from the previous weeks:

Week 05-2019 (Jan 28th – Feb 3rd) Contest Winners


Week 05-2019 (Jan 28th – Feb 3rd) Contest Winners



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