Last Tree from Sweden

Scarred

Scarred | Nikon D700 | Nikkor 24-70mm. f/2.8G ED | 24mm. | 1/100 | F6.3 | ISO 3200

This was taken in the Fulufjället Nationalpark; (looks best full screen; click once; and once more on the image and then F11).

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7 comments
  1. Fulufjället Nationalpark. The name brings back some really nice memories. I was there once and it’s really beautiful. And I really like the Naturum. Did you visited the Store Göljan valley with its demolitions of the mudslide? Very impressive to see the forces of nature threre.

    • Great you have been there too. It is beautiful indeed. I read about the mudslide, but didn’t see anything of its traces. What we did was pretty touristic: we walked to the Njupeskar waterfall and back. It was a wet, cloudy day and the kids were having their anti-nature-period. Unfortunately because I could have stayed there all day; but you can’t have it all.
      Thanks for commenting!

      • Oh such a pity you hadn’t enough time (and grumpy kids that day :))) ) for river Göljan. But maybe next time. It’s very impressive.

  2. I’ve tried to persuade many Dutch and other European friend to go to Sweden. The average Summer is far better than in Holland and so on; still Scandinavian countries are associated with freezing temperatures. In the past I’ve been several times in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland (even twice in Winter!) and I loved it.

    Groetjes uit Zuid Afrika,
    Herman

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