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Ocean view at Olderåsvika - Skjelstad. Norway
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The coast of Norway contains so many photographic gems, here from Skjelstad, a 20 minute drive north of Bodø. With a little help from the local farmers, this place is like an outdoor art exhibition - always changing and never boring :)

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