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    Hordaland Fylke, Norway #traveling #travel #adventure #europe #beautiful

  • Alexa Krivickij

    Hordaland Fylke, Norway. Oh my word. It may be in Norway, but it reminds me of the lion king. :-)

  • Herb Firestone

    Living On the Edge | What a beautiful photo! Hordaland Fylke, Norway | #breathtaking

  • Tina Ramsay

    Hordaland Fylke, Norway #humans #nature #outdoors #wild #explore #adventure #nature #forest #photography #hike

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    Hordaland Fylke, Norway #ravenectar #earth #planet #beautiful #places #travel #place #nature #world

  • Emily McNary

    Hordaland Fylke, Norway. I want to go see this place one day. Please check out my website thanks. pride rock anyone?

  • Verena Decker

    Hordaland Fylke (Trolltunga), Norway.

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