Lysefjorden, Forsand, Norway

The beautiful nature and sceneries of Lysefjorden, Forsand, Norway.
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Ilex (Holly) and Lysefjorden with fog and clouds. Starts feeling like Christmas time! November 15th 2015

Ilex (Holly) and Lysefjorden with fog and clouds. Starts feeling like Christmas time! November 15th 2015

Bakken in Lysefjorden. July 19th 2015

Bakken in Lysefjorden. July 19th 2015

Apple trees in bloom. May 14th 2014

Apple trees in bloom. May 14th 2014

Lysefjorden - filled with fog! And a crow in the oak tree. March 17th 2016

Lysefjorden - filled with fog! And a crow in the oak tree. March 17th 2016

Lysefjorden, Forsand, Norway. Snow on the mountains - and the moon - not full yet, but just a few more days to wait. January 19th 2016

Lysefjorden, Forsand, Norway. Snow on the mountains - and the moon - not full yet, but just a few more days to wait. January 19th 2016

Lysefjorden, Norway: A few minutes before it was too dark to take a good photo (around 4.30 pm). The days are still short, but slowly getting longer! January 6th 2016.

Lysefjorden, Norway: A few minutes before it was too dark to take a good photo (around 4.30 pm). The days are still short, but slowly getting longer! January 6th 2016.

Lysefjorden, Norway: Morning by the fjord. Pink skies give colour to the fjord. December 29th 2015

Lysefjorden, Norway: Morning by the fjord. Pink skies give colour to the fjord. December 29th 2015

Lysefjorden, Norway: Morning by the fjord. Pink skies give colour to the fjord. December 29th 2015

Lysefjorden, Norway: Morning by the fjord. Pink skies give colour to the fjord. December 29th 2015

Lysefjorden - early morning light on a clouded day! July 16th 2015

Lysefjorden - early morning light on a clouded day! July 16th 2015

If you take the less crowded track to Preikestolen, you can stop at this spot, where you have Lysefjorden and Lysebotn to the east - and if you turn 180 degrees, you see Stavanger and the islands to the west. It's another great place to stop for a few photos! July 27th 2015

If you take the less crowded track to Preikestolen, you can stop at this spot, where you have Lysefjorden and Lysebotn to the east - and if you turn 180 degrees, you see Stavanger and the islands to the west. It's another great place to stop for a few photos! July 27th 2015

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