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#Norway #Rogaland #w123 #MigthyBenz

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Moving to Norway changed my life in many ways - some really unexpected!

23 Ways My Life Changed When I Moved to Norway

Moving to Norway changed my life in many ways - some really unexpected!

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Lofoten, Norway You can almost smell the flours from here! I imagine that they smell really fresh, not so much sweet. The weather creates a more mysterious atmosphere.

50 must see natural world wonders--for that day I win the lottery and do nothing but travel for the rest of my life.....

Natural wonders: The ultimate list

Funny pictures about Pulpit Rock in Norway. Oh, and cool pics about Pulpit Rock in Norway. Also, Pulpit Rock in Norway.

You can check that of my most amazing things to do. And my bucket list;)

See the Northern Lights

Amazing Places you Should Visit in Your Life, Part 2 - Aurora Borealis, Bear Lake, Alaska. - on my list!

Called The Troll’s Tongue by locals, this rock formation in Odda, Norway, is a thrill-seeker’s dream. Trolltunga was formed after glacial water froze a chunk of the mountain and caused it to break off way back in the Ice Age. In order to preserve the rock’s beauty, no safety barriers have ever been built, but the four-hour trek will create the photo of a lifetime.

The 17 Most Stunning Places In The World To Take A Selfie

Called The Troll’s Tongue by locals, this rock formation in Odda, Norway, is a thrill-seeker’s dream. Trolltunga was formed after glacial water froze a chunk of the mountain and caused it to break off way back in the Ice Age.

I will go with you one day. (This place in Norway it is called Kjerag and it is located near Stavanger on the south west coast. On the rock you are 1000 meter above the fjord)

This place in Norway it is called Kjerag and it is located near Stavanger on the south west coast. On the rock you are 1000 meter above the fjord. Not sure I'll make it on the rock!

Double-exposure animal portraits.  Andreas Lie, from Norway, has found a beautiful way to blur the boundary between the beautiful Norwegian wilderness surrounding him and the wild animals that call it home.

Double-Exposure Animal Portraits By Norwegian Photographer

Double Exposure Animal Portraits Norwegian artist Andreas Lie creates beautiful double exposures combing forest animals and landscapes. The animals Andreas used were inspired by his surroundings in.

Because I’m a little bit insane and because I’m definitely a creature of the north, I decided to spend a week in the Norwegian Arctic this winter. Here are my favourite photos from the trip. http://toeuropeandbeyond.com/one-week-northern-norway-favourite-photos/ #Norway #travel

One Week In Northern Norway: My Favourite Photos

Because I’m a little bit insane and because I’m definitely a creature of the north, I decided to spend a week in the Norwegian Arctic this winter. Here are my favourite photos from the trip.

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