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Country Lane Hakadal, Norway
Norway

Quiet country lane leading to Hakadal Verk, about one hour north of Oslo. There is a beautiful waterfall nearby and the area is surrounded by farmland.

Copyright: Alan Billyeald
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Uploaded: 12/11/2009
Updated: 11/09/2014
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