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Paragliding in Midnight Sun, Bratten, Bodø
Norway
Bodø Hang- og Paraglider Club arranges their traditional Midnight Sun Cup every first weekend of July, and paraglider- and hang glider pilots from all over the world gather together to enjoy some of the most spectacular flights imaginable. This is from Bratten during a northern breeze, around midnight :)
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Tags: paragliding; bratten; bodø; midnight sun; ocean; view; nature
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