The WINNER among the 58 entries in Week 13: Marko Korošec‎.

1. place – WINNER: Marko Korošec‎‎‎ – 256 votes

“Sunset undulatus clouds in North Dakota back in June 2017!”

2. place: Gianluca Lombardi‎‎ – 184 votes

“Lenticular in formation above the Teide volcano at sunset, Tenerife, Spain”

3. place: ‎‎Boris Jordan – 179 votes

“If you are focussing on one specific topic you will always learn something new.
Before I began to chase storms I could not imagine that there are not only classical lightnings but a lot of different types of electrical discharges produced by thunderstorms.
During my holiday on 02.07.2017 in Bulgaria just next to Burgas I was able to capture one of those types – The Red Sprites.
These are lightnings, which occur high above very powerful thunderstorm clouds (mostly MCS) and discharge towards upper atmosphere.
Red Sprites can be 20km long and reach heights of approx. 80km.Photo: Boris Jordan Photography

4. place: ‎‎Nermin Huskić – 148 votes

“6.6.2018. Storm cloud over Petrova gora. Hill in front contains ruins of castle of Old city Podzvizd. Velika Kladusa”

5. place: Rolf Besseler‎‎‎ – 146 votes

“22. 06. 2008 Ibbenbüren, Germany”

6. place: ‎‎Andreas Feichtmeier – 144 votes

“May 13th 2018 strong thunderstorm with a nice front in south Germany.
Greetings Andreas Feichtmeier.
My FB page: https://www.facebook.com/gewitterundlandschaften.de/

7. place: Francesco Ivan Dalla Stella‎‎ – 139 votes

“Terryfing altocumulus asperatus in front of a high based thunderstorm which can seeing on the left corner of the photo.
Vicenza, Italy, 27/6/2017”

8. place: Umberto Paganini Paganelli‎‎ – 128 votes

“Faenza – Italy”

9. place: Jarda Fous – 120 votes

“Lightning in Czech republic, 7th July 2017”

10. place: Nikolett Piszter‎‎ – 114 votes

“Cloud iridescence over Gödöllő (Hungary)
January 10., 2015.”

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