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Summer evening by NordArnøy harbour
Norway

Picture a day trip to North Arnøy, my boat is barely visible at the pier.

It takes 40 minutes with my 15 fts boat from Bodø to Arnøya.

On the other side of the strait, sees the familiar mountain Sandhornet 993 m

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Uploaded: 01/07/2013
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