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tunliweb
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Photographer from Bergen on the west coast of Norway. My specialities are Landscapes - Travel - Botanical - Night Photos - Wildlife - HD Videos. Love to travel around in the world - most in Europe – always with my camera in the bag ready to shoot a nice picture. I also like to know more about the arts & culture of peoples from different countries of the world. I started using a digital camera in 2000 (Nikon E990) and have since that change to a D-SLR, first the Canon EOS D300, than the EOS 40D and now my great Canon 5D Mark II. You can see my best photos in my Photo Gallery at www.tunliweb.no
Photographer from Bergen on the west coast of Norway. My specialities are Landscapes - Travel - Botanical - Night Photos - Wildlife - HD Videos. Love to travel around in the world - most in Europe – always with my camera in the bag ready to shoot a nice picture. I also like to know more about the arts & culture of peoples from different countries of the world. I started using a digital camera in 2000 (Nikon E990) and have since that change to a D-SLR, first the Canon EOS D300, than the EOS 40D and now my great Canon 5D Mark II. You can see my best photos in my Photo Gallery at www.tunliweb.no

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06/03/2016
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Utakleiv beach at night, Lofoten - Norway

#lofoten   #visitnorway   #visitlofoten   #utakleiv   #tunliweb  
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CINQUE TERRE - ITALY
Cinque Terre which means Five Lands, is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List. The Cinque comprise the five small coastal villages of Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza, Monterosso located in the Italian region of Liguria in the province of La Spezia. The coastline, the five villages, and the surrounding hillsides are all part of the Cinque Terre National Park. The main attraction of the Cinque Terre is the landscape. Mediterranean herbs and trees grow spontaneously from the top of the hills down to the water level. Well embedded in this magnificent natural scenery, one can admire the intense human activity of the ancestors, when the wine terraces were built. An enormous (and somehow crazy) work of transportation, carrying all the heavy stones on men's shoulders and women's heads. A work through the centuries, in fact it's estimated to have taken about 200 years to build the entire stone-wall network. Its total length has been calculated to be at least equal to the Great Wall of China.

#visitcinqueterre #cinqueterre #Landscape #landscape_lovers #landscapes #landscape_captures #landscapestyles_gf #Landscapephotography #Nature #tunliweb
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2014-08-05
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The Glacier lagoon in Iceland is close to highway number one, about 370 km east from Reykjavík and it is told to be one of the greatest wonders of nature in Iceland. This lagoon is a recent one, the result of a warming climate. The surface is at sea level and sea water flows into the lagoon at high tide.

Huge blocks of ice constantly break off the glacier, Breiðamerkurjökull, and large icebergs float on the lagoon. The lagoon is not very wide but it is up to 250 meters deep which makes it the deepest lake in Iceland. 
#tunliweb  #visiticeland #iceland  #glacier 
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The Russian border at Grense Jakobselv, Finnmark - Norway
The border between Norway and Russia is marked with 415 border markers (Norway yellow and Russia red and green). On the Norwegian side there are no physical hindrances on the border and it is permitted to move all the way to the border itself. On the Russian side there is a fence located anywhere between 0 and 5 kilometers from the border. Although not electrified, it has sensors which will notify the border controllers if touched. The fence stretches the entire distance between the Barents Sea and the Gulf of Finland and was built during the Cold War to keep in the population of the Soviet Union. Photography from one country into the other is only permitted if the pictures do not include military personnel and installations, that tripods are not used and not using longer than 200 mm lenses.
 
Norwegian border police informs that it is forbidden to cross the border on land, water and in air, including at border markers, or to have contact with people across the border or throw things over the border.
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2014-06-17
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