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Winter sunset from Keiservarden
Norway

For several days this winter the winds from east has kept the snow away and winter has held an ice cold grip on the nature, The air has been extraordinary clear, and the resulting sunrise and sunsets has been an awe inspiring view for all visitors to Northern Norway this time of the year. The sun is not above the horizon for another two weeks, the sunrise and the sunsets replace each other with no "day" in-between.

The temperature is -7C, and wind nearly 20m/second made this a very freezing and shaky attempt of doing a HDR exposure, so a few of the shots were blurry due to the wind shaking the camera. Still the atmosphere and the great view can be sensed, and my faithful panodog had a great time too :)

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Hochgeladen: 24/12/2012
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