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Northern Lights over Rønvik Kirke
Norway

Aurora Borealis coloring the sky over Bodø City. Picture taken near Rønvik Kirke.

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Uploaded: 08/10/2012
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Tags: rønvik kirke; rønvik church; bodø; norway; aurora borealis; aurora; northern lights; autumn; night
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