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Møkjedalen (Bjørn Moe)

Møkjedalen

21.12.2018

Tveita

Tveitabotn

31.03.2018

Main mine shaft in Valaheigruva mine.

Varaldsøy- mining

19.06.2018

There is still a lot of ore in the abandoned mines on Varaldsøy Island. If today's prices and availability of ore continue, it is doubtful whether the mines will resume operation. But, the pyrite is there, if the market should return. On Varaldsøy Island one finds at least nine mines and prospect pits, that for the most part date back to the latter part of the 1800s.

Blood-red geranium

Ølveshovda

31.03.2018

At lake Gaupåsvatnet.

Gaupås

19.05.2018

Old pine forest (Bjørn Moe)

Munkebotsdalen

31.03.2018

Part of the Yddal nature preserve seen from the air.

Yddal

16.06.2018

Yddal is one of the biggest and finest pine forest areas in the county. The rich forest resources provided an important foundation for the settlement of Yddal. Up until about the 1950s, there were three farms here. Where the lumberjacks couldn't get to, the trees grew very big and can be over 300 years old.

Amateur geologist Torgeir Garmo at work taking out crystals from the rock.

Ågotnes- crystals

12.03.2018

Road cuts and blast areas are a joy to rock collectors, even if the disturbance to nature is ever so disfiguring. These are the best kinds of places to hunt for crystals, which otherwise are removed by weather and wind. In the Ågotnes area there are especially many beautiful crystals to be found.

Slåttene

Slåttene

31.03.2018

Lake Storavatnet. Mt. Eldsfjellet in the background.

Rylandvassdraget

19.05.2018

There is a lot of trout and a large char population in Lake Rylandsvatnet. The lake was stocked with char, probably in 1907. The promoters of the project were the family Ameln, who owned eight mills in Rylandsvågen and parts of the Ryland farm.

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