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Norwegian Moutain Landscape
Lens: HD-DA 16-85mm Camera: Pentax K30 Photo Location: Norway 
Posted By: Janse, 08-10-2017, 01:42 PM

Shot at Lake Eikesdal.

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Beautiful scenery!

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Wonderful images mate.
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Great images, Janse. They struck a chord with me. I have a book called "We die alone". It is about a young Norwegian soldier called Jan Baalsrud who was part of a British espionage plan in northern Norway in 1943. It all went wrong and he was the only survivor. It took him two months to cross the Lyngen Alps into Sweden under horrific conditions, with the entire German Army in that area searching for him and dozens of Norwegians putting their lives at risk to get him there. Your images capture the feeling of the book absolutely.

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Such beautiful scenery. I enjoyed both of them very much.
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Beautiful scenery!
Thank you Adam.

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Wonderful images mate.
Glad you liked them my friend.


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Great images, Janse. They struck a chord with me. I have a book called "We die alone". It is about a young Norwegian soldier called Jan Baalsrud who was part of a British espionage plan in northern Norway in 1943. It all went wrong and he was the only survivor. It took him two months to cross the Lyngen Alps into Sweden under horrific conditions, with the entire German Army in that area searching for him and dozens of Norwegians putting their lives at risk to get him there. Your images capture the feeling of the book absolutely.
Thank you PJ1. I have also read the story about Jan Baalsrud. He was unique, amputated several toes with his pocketknife due to gangrene. The book in Norwegian has the title "Nine Lifes".



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Such beautiful scenery. I enjoyed both of them very much.
I am so glad you liked my photos Susan.
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Very nice. I would love to see that first picture taken again after it gets snow covered.
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Dramatic photos, Janse. Very well done.

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More fine work from you and your 16-85mm...an excellent team sir.
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Very nice. I would love to see that first picture taken again after it gets snow covered.
Thank you.


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Dramatic photos, Janse. Very well done.

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Thanks a lot Jer.


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More fine work from you and your 16-85mm...an excellent team sir.
Thank you photomax7. My 16-85 is my best friend when travelling.
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