These are some reasons why Norway is known as a winter wonderland.

These are some reasons why Norway is known as a winter wonderland.

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Photo: Timothy Boocock | Trysil Aurora Borealis . Trysil is a winter wonderland for stargazing and Night time Photography ,Its a shame that some people will never have this experience and that’s because of light pollution in main cities around the worId
Photo: Timothy Boocock | Trysil Aurora Borealis . Trysil is a winter wonderland for stargazing and Night time Photography ,Its a shame that some people will never have this experience and that’s because of light pollution in main cities around the worId
Photo: Martin Vmorris | A Cottage in Kvitavatn, in winter time
Photo: Timothy Boocock. | Trysil is a winter wonderland for stargazing and Night time Photography ,Its a shame that some people will never have this experience and that’s because of light pollution in main cities around the worId
Photo: JR Photo | The snow covered roofs of old houses in Bergen, Norway give you a real winter sense.
Photo: Arctic Council | Reindeer racers in Tromsø, Northern Norway
Photo: Moyan Brenn | Winter in Norway, south beach of Tromso island near North Cape
Photo: Randi Hausken | Dressed by winter. From Bærums Verk. This is a sculpture called “Hanne is sunbathing” made by Ståle Waksvik. I thought she looked a bit cold today
Photo: Moyan Brenn | Winter in Oslo. View of the dock of the Aker Brygge area where someone did this awesome lamps composition………the mix of sunset, strong white of the snow and the presence of lot of lamps makes me think to the “light”

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