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One day left before the annual spring flooding rises Lake Mjsa water level (the biggest lake in Norway).
One day left to walk the narrow path of land to reach one last time the small Hovinsholmen islet for the season.










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Dreaming-Thoughts Nov 9, 2013
Oh... that's great. Given that there are healthy green trees there, I don't suppose it's a hard shot to wade through the water when the path's flooded right? I mean, the difference in height doesn't seem to be that big. Looks like a place of peace and quiet in any case :)
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Morgan-Lou Nov 9, 2013  Professional Photographer
You need a boat then ;)
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This lovely piece has been featured here :bulletred: WE'RE BACK AND WAITING FOR YOUR SUBMISSIONS :bulletred: in the journal over at :iconraw-nature: Thanks :icons-kmp: Co-Founder :)
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Morgan-Lou Oct 29, 2012  Professional Photographer
♥ and the wolf ;)
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LovelyAngelCutie Jun 26, 2012  Student Photographer
Is that path dry year round?
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Bojkovski Jun 25, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
wonderful place
great work
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Morgan-Lou Jun 25, 2012  Professional Photographer
Thanks :wave:
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Bojkovski Jun 25, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
np ;)
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Beautiful! Is that path man built, or is it a work of the tides and currents of the sea?
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