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Skywatch Friday: Hornindal 2005

Posted by
sithenah (Greater Manchester/Cheshire, United Kingdom) on 5 September 2008 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

Taken on 18th June 2005.
Lake Hornindal in Norway is the deepest lake in Europe.

Read more about my trip from Geiranger on our Cruise Journal

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FUJIFILM FinePix S602 ZOOM 1/500 second F/8.0 ISO 200 10 mm

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randi from Trondheim:), Norway

Hei! Det var et nydelig bilde av norsk natur - vi bor i et vakkert land:) Fin helg til deg!

5 Sep 2008 7:15am

@randi: Thanks Randi (I think, since I don't speak Norwegian!)

RuneE from Norway

A pleasure to watch a place like this, but then I'm biased...

5 Sep 2008 7:24am

@RuneE: knew you'd like this - can you translate what randi said?

vaggelis vlahos from athens, Greece

what an excellent view. wonderful swf

5 Sep 2008 9:20am

imac from United Kingdom

Beautiful Gerald.
we are thinking of a cruise up ans around Norway, who did you go by?.

5 Sep 2008 10:05am

deslilas from troyes, France

One more beautiful pic.
My spider is very shy, I can't see it everyday and only for a short time.
What a pity your spiderblog is no longer on line.

5 Sep 2008 3:04pm

@deslilas: I do have the stuff backed up - I have lost contact with some of the contributors to the site, but you've inspired me to create a blogpost using my own material from there - it should go up on my Ackworthborn blog in the next week or so.

John from Drammen, Norway

Wonderful shot from a beautiful country ;-)

Have a nice weekend, Gerald.

5 Sep 2008 7:36pm

mary from United States

Wonderful shot! Love the color scheme!

5 Sep 2008 10:56pm

magiceye from Mumbai, India

Love the blues!

6 Sep 2008 3:55pm

Dina from near Jerusalem, Israel

The deepest in Europe, wow, that must be pretty deep. Beautiful blues.

7 Sep 2008 5:37am

RuneE from Norway

You caught the beuty of that lake very well.

22 Sep 2008 8:41am

1/500 second
ISO 200
10 mm