"A man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders." -Lord Dunzany

Beautiful mountains and a tree species from 10 000 years ago!

From left to right: Teppekiltinden (665 m), Buskardet, Rundtinden (798 m), Valletindan and Breiskardtinden (883 m) with Efjord in the foreground. To the right is a Norwegian-Russian Scotts Pine (Pinus sylvestris) - a species of trees that has been here since the last ice age about 10.000 years ago.

From left to right: Teppekiltinden (665 m), Buskardet, Rundtinden (798 m), Valletindan and Breiskardtinden (883 m) with Efjord in the foreground. To the right is a Norwegian-Russian Scotts Pine (Pinus sylvestris) - a species of trees that has been here since the last ice age about 10.000 years ago.

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