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Norwegian Views – Glaciers
Back in October, we were in the mountains of Hardangervidda for a week. Among other natural wonders, we walked and visited two different arms of the large Folgefonna glacier. One arm is visible from the valley Buerdalen and is called Buerbreen and we hiked towards this glacier on a very wet, rainy day but were able to see it more clearly another day from further away. The other arm we approached by hiking up the valley Sunndal and is called Bondhusbreen. That hike was on a strangely warm (for October) and very windy day.
I am an amateur photography enthusiast living in Oslo, Norway.
My favourite subjects tend to be landscapes and nature - but I enjoy capturing urban scenes, architecture, abstract shapes and street art as well. View all posts by kewtiebird