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Reflected Aurora
Photo By Alex Conu

  • Title: Reflected Aurora
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  • Country: Norway
  • Nearest Town: Fredvang
  • Description: Curtains of light reflected in the Norwegian Sea. You can never get bored with the Aurora Borealis. Probably the best places to shoot Northern Lights are beaches in the Lofoten Islands. Come with us!
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Keywords:  GreenNatural Wonders
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