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Hillesoy during a partial solar eclipse
Norway

June 1, 2011, lots of people gathered on "hillesoy" to watch the partial solar eclipse.

Hillesoy is a small and beauiful island on the outside of kvaloya

Copyright: Ronny mikkelsen
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Uploaded: 02/06/2011
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Tags: hillesøy; tromsø; troms; norway; midnight; sun; sommarøy; nature; outdoor; sunset; ocean; hav
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