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Wolf took first price in the BÖÖL photo contest

The yearly photo contest of the biology study council BÖÖL is now finished. The theme Planet Earth resulted in over hundred photos. The exhibition visitors have chosen the winners by voting.
Rasmus Johansson and Jep Agrell open the price ceremony.
Rasmus Johansson and Jep Agrell open the price ceremony

Joel Danielsson’s wolf got the most votes. Except the honour and the elegant figurine the department of Biology will also buy the photo. It will be placed in the Hall of Fame in the Blue Hall in the ecology building amongst the previous winners.

The first price photo of a wolf.
The first price wolf

Joel Danielsson gets the first price.
The first price winner Joel Danielsson gets the price.

Caroline Brolin took the second place with a overgrown tree from Costa Rica.

The second price photo of a tree
A Costa Rician tree worthy of second price.

The third price went to the view over Athabasca Icefields in Canada photographed by Sina Sibler.

Third price photo of a landscape.
Third price – a mighty landscape.

Sina Sibler gets the third price.
Congratulations to Sina Sibler

The department will also buy the second and third pricewinner’s photos. 

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