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Northern Serenity

February 27th, 2012

Taken two years ago in Norway, somewhere in the vicinity of Geiranger. I was very lucky to be there at exactly the right moment. Early in the morning, no wind, all was calm and peaceful.

Nikon D40, Adobe Lightroom.

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clouds » lakes » landscape » mountains » nature » nikon » nikon d40 » norway » photography » reflections » sky »

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Comments from the Community

Posted By: khena
about 10 years, 4 months ago
This picture is stunning , definitely one of my favorite wallpapers
Posted By: jonpacker
about 10 years, 4 months ago
Hi! Just thought I'd let you know the actual location of this photo is Kjøsnesfjorden in Sogn og Fjordane. It's actually much closer to Sognefjord! But I imagine you drove there from Geiranger or something like that. Great photo, by the way :)
Posted By: Tiny Haitian
about 10 years, 3 months ago
I've seen a few pictures from this area on this site. Your picture further reminds me of how I want to visit this area. Very well shot, in my opinion.

Though I'm not a photographer by nature (I'm a web developer), I see nothing wrong with this picture. A bit hazy in the background if anything, but I would assume that's because of it being a morning shot rather than your camera.

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