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Alvar plain on Oland
Sweden

This is a night shot from the Alvar plain on Öland near Möckelmossen and Mörbylånga. The Milky Way rises in the south of the characteristics of open countryside.

Copyright: Jörgen tannerstedt
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Uploaded: 11/01/2014
Updated: 22/01/2014
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Tags: alvar plain; night; nightscape; galaxy; milky way; night photography; öland; sweden; tree; kalmar; mörbylånga; möckelmossen; stars
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