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I continue my series from this spot, here a closer view of the fjord during sunset.
The weather in this period was dominated by a big high pressure over southern Scandinavia, producing cold air in the lower areas - an inversion.
The inversion is visualized by the mist over the fjord. Out in the distant fjord we can see fog - it was lying in exact the same position for several days.
Down there it was minus 7-9 degrees all the day. Above the mist it was pleasantly mild, slightly below zero.

In the workshop you can see a wider look at the area, included the village Sauda.

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