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Keiservarden, Christmas Eve
Norway
View from Keiservarden, Christmas Eve 2012. The cold wind from east for several days had made the sky unusually clear, and for many days in a row the sunrise/sunsets had been more spectacular than in a long time. Minus 7 and wind 15 m/second, giving very long exposures and quite a challenge to keep the camera still for so long time. Canon 5Dmk2, Canon 8-15@12:f8.
Copyright: Tord Remme
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Uploaded: 25/12/2012
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Tags: keiservarden; veiten; christmas eve; xmas; winter; sunset; bodø
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