Just Because I Like What I Saw..

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My attempts at Photography.. I've traveled the world because of my job and I've seen a lot of beautiful places to capture thru the lens of my Canon G10..

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Loenvatn Lake, Lodalen Valley, Norway - The Kjenndalen Valley & the Kjenndalen Glacier lie at the end of Lodal valley, 17 km from Loen. Twice in this century, huge blocks of stone fell from the sides of Mt. Ramnefjell into the Lovatn lake below. The resulting tidal waves decimated the hamlets of Nesdal and Bødal. The years 1905 and 1936 will forever remind people of Inner Nordfjord of the Lodal Valley catastrophes. Wales Uk, North Wales, Meteorology, Bora Bora, Geology, Norway, Places Ive Been, Fun Facts, Travel Tips

Loenvatn Lake, Lodalen Valley, Norway - The Kjenndalen Valley & the Kjenndalen Glacier lie at the end of Lodal valley, 17 km from Loen. Twice in this century, huge blocks of stone fell from the sides of Mt. Ramnefjell into the Lovatn lake below. The resulting tidal waves decimated the hamlets of Nesdal and Bødal. The years 1905 and 1936 will forever remind people of Inner Nordfjord of the Lodal Valley catastrophes.

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Loenvatn Lake, Lodalen Valley, Norway - The Lovatn lake is green because it contain clay particles and rock dust, carved out by glaciers and swept along by rivers. The glaciers are continuously crushing up rocks and stones. When the glacial water reaches the lakes and fjords, it looks green, especially when the sun shines. Free fishing on this lake. I Saw, Rivers, Lakes, Norway, Beautiful Places, Sunshine, Destinations, Rocks, Fishing

Loenvatn Lake, Lodalen Valley, Norway - The Lovatn lake is green because it contain clay particles and rock dust, carved out by glaciers and swept along by rivers. The glaciers are continuously crushing up rocks and stones. When the glacial water reaches the lakes and fjords, it looks green, especially when the sun shines. Free fishing on this lake.