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Mountain Lake, Festvåg
Norway
The ascent to Finkonnakken brings a traveller past a couple of very picturesque mountain lakes, this one being among the most spectacular ones. Nature dressed in it's finest autumn colors, and the wind so typical for this part of the world being totally absent, made this view a highlight of the trip to the summit.
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Uploadet: 11/09/2012
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Tags: lake; festvåg; bodø; autumn; pond; mountain
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