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Lavangsdalen aurora borealis NorthenLight

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A very dark pano of the northen light.. but it's the sky thats interesting.

This picture is taken in Lavangs vally. a vally you have to drive thru to get to Tromso

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Panoramic view of Tromso, from the nearby mountain Floya

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Just before the Midnightsun Concert in the Ishavskatedralen in Tromsø

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MS Polarlys

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