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My Norwegian experience (part II)

Along the way, reindeers were a constant presence in the mountains, often appearing and disappearing like a ghost in the fog.
I had to go around some mountains due to high water in the rivers, but even if I was modifying the path on a daily basis discovering interesting hidden valleys, some with a special microclimate that made them look like a jungle.
Ghosts in the fog

When the fog disappeared the landscape showed up in all his beauty revealing waterfall, canyons, and bright warm colors.  And remains of the ghosts were shining under the sun.
Canyon whit waterfall
Reindeer horn


Going down in the valley


Beginning of the jungle just before the flooded forest

Small and big lakes where omnipresent and in the mountains snow was still there due to the very late arrival of the summer, which was good for mosquito as there were very few but bad for wading rivers as the rise in temperature suddenly made the snow melting fast, rising the water level.

Big lake in the mountains

Snow is melting at a very fast rate

But some patches are still left

 

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