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Oppkuven in Nordmarka
Norway

Oppkuven (704 meters above sea level) is one of the highest hills in Nordmarka. From the tower on the top there is an excellent view to large parts of Nordmarka. On clear days it is possible to see distant mountain areas as Blefjell, Norefjell, Vassfaret and Synnfjell. Holmenkollen, Tryvann and the Oslo fjord is seen in the south direction. The image is created using HDR exposure fusion of 168 images.

Copyright: Ola Heloe
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Uploaded: 12/01/2012
Actualizat: 25/04/2014
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Tags: hill; trees; tower; snow; ski; skiing; tryvann; wood; hike; hiking; viewpoint; cold; ice; gloves; thermos; hdr; tree; spruce
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