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Sunset over a ridge on the outskirts Nordmarka in early spring.
- Lillomarka

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Sunset after a ferocious thunder storm. Managed to get the fire going again and was greeted by this amazing light.
Finntjern, Nordmarka.

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Enjoying the quiet.
- Lake Katnosa, Nordmarka.

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Ever changing weather ads to the experience of being outdoors.
- Lake Kolsø, south-west of Kongsberg, en route to the Skrim Mountains.

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A golden July evening.
- Lake Vesle Sandungen, Nordmarka.

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A silent morning.
- Lake Tonevannet, Østmarka.

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Marsh, lakes and mud and a special kind of silence you only find in the mountains.
West of the main peak of the Skrim Mountains, Styggeman.

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My favourite kind of forrest fauna. Scattered pines and some visibility.
- Fuglemyrshøgda hill, east of lake Helgeren, Nordmarka.

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Brrrrrrr!
- Lake Streinbruvannet, Lillomarka.

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The shady, and at times quite steep and challenging path up to the old farm Tømte.
- near Tømte farm, Nordmarka.

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The blue hour.
- Lake Helgeren, Nordmarka.

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Lovely and dramatic evening light after on/off rain all day.
Sveinsbu cabin, close by Sveinsbufjellet mountain, north of Skrim.

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This old farm has such an idyllic view and location.
- Fortjernbråtan farm by lake Fortjernet, Nordmarka.

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Old fields with barely visible ruins of farm buildings at Svarteberg. This site have had a farm since the Middle Age/viking era.
- Svarteberg, Lier, Finnemarka.

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A forrest lake with the ugly, newly deforested hills beyond.
- Lake Svartevatnet, Finnemarka.

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Lovely fauna. Marsh, little lakes, and scattered pines.
- Finnemarka.

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Breathtaking view from mount Styggman (872mas) eastwards. The Oslofjord can be seen, and far into Østfold county, making the view distance out to at least 60km.
- Mount Styggman, Skrim.

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Shallow forrest creek.
- Finnemarka.

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My campsite by the southernmost of "The Pretty Ponds".
- Finnemarka.

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Somewhat precarious crossings. Not a well kept trail.
- Finnemarka.

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Because nature rocks!
- Finnemarka.

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Last rays of the sun.
- Finnemarka

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When you come to a smooth stretch such as this on a long hike. Aaah!
- Finnemarka.

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Taking in the view.
- Mount Styggman, Skrim.

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Layer after layer. The view north.
- Breiliflaka hill, Finnermarka.

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A quiet evening.
- Lake Helgeren, Nordmarka.

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The typical terrain of Oslomarka. Densely forested hills as far as you can see or walk.
- Helgerenhøgda hill, Nordmarka.

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Sitting by the campfire, looking at this...
- Lake Aurevann, Lillomarka.

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Laying in the tent, waiting out the heavy rain.
- Lake Finntjern, Nordmarka.

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Long range shot of the city of Kongsberg. The sun have set, the valley lies in darkness and the lights come on. But, where I am the sky is still vast.
- Mount Styggman, Skrim.

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Early morning and the fog still drift over the water.
- Lake Finntjern, Nordmarka.

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The beaver is busy at it.
- Lake Kringla, Nordmarka.

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The old firewatch hut at the top of mount Styggman in the sunset.
- Mount Styggman, Skrim.

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The campfire. Single most important thing when out in the wilderness!
- Nordmarka.

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Yet another late evening by a forest lake, feeling the cold come creeping in. Such peace.
- Nordmarka.

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Gaustadtoppen mountain is the tallest in south-eastern Norway. It is said that on a clear day you can see 1/5th of the country from it. Never been there, just photographed it from a distance of 50-60km.
- Mount Styggman, Skrim.

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My home on the go. Just enough room!
- Lake Helgeren, Nordmarka.

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