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Saltstraumen, the world’s strongest maelstrom

Outside Bodø in Northern Norway we find the strongest maelstrom, or tidal current, in the world. Four times a day enormous quantities of water are forced through a 150 metre narrow strait.   What to discover...

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Almost on the North Pole, a visit to Svalbard

Svalbard is an extreme place on Earth. In the winter snow and darkness falls upon the land, giving in to the midnight sun and a very short period of colours in the summer months.   There are not many places...

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This Week in Nature: Air

This is the last part in my series of photo essays dealing with the classic...

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Sculptures in the centre of Oslo, Part 2

The second and last part of this walk from Oslo Central Station to the Royal...

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Sculptures in the centre of Oslo, Part 1

Whoever walks from Oslo’s Central Station to the Royal Palace will find...

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This Week in Nature: Snow and ice

Water comes in three forms, gas and liquid water are two. Here is a look at...

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2014 is out, 2015 is here

15 flights, 26,524 kilometres, 5 trips, 6 countries, 24 days spent travelling,...

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This Week in Nature: 5 Important Straits

I have been exploring various aspects of nature with regard to the four...

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This Week in Nature: 11 Picturesque Lakes

Lakes come in all sizes and some even contain salt water. This...

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This Week in Nature: 26 Mighty rivers

This article might be a mistake, because it is going to mention a large number...

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