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Steigtind in Moonlight
Norway

Steigtind (793 meters) lit by the near full moon. Lack of snow this winter, and very cold (-9C), windy weather, on a hunt for the polar light that never showed up this night.

Copyright: Tord Remme
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Resolution: 10780x5390
Uploaded: 13/01/2014
Updated: 17/04/2014
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Tags: steigtind; moonlight; night; moon; winter; snow
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