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2021 North Dakota Governor's photo contest winners announced

Winning submissions will be published in North Dakota Tourism’s promotional materials.

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“Stormy Sunset” Nels Kilpela from Dickinson won the Badlands Scenery category. This panoramic badlands shot showcases the ruggedness of the Little Missouri National Grasslands under summer storm clouds. A small rainbow emerges at the edge of the falling rain off in the distance. Contributed by North Dakota Tourism

Gov. Doug Burgum, along with North Dakota Commerce Tourism and Marketing Director Sara Otte Coleman and North Dakota Council on the Arts Executive Director Kim Konikow, presented winners of the North Dakota Governor's Photo Contest on Wednesday, Oct. 6.

Photographers submitted photos to one or more of the following categories: Recreation, Road Trips, Badlands Scenery, Beyond the Badlands Scenery and Wildlife. Winning submissions will be published in North Dakota Tourism’s promotional materials.

This year the contest had a total of 543 submissions, with a limit of 10 entries per photographer.

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