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Today there are only a few farmers that grow potatoes in Fitjar.

Fitjar- potatoes

19.12.2018

The deep agricultural soils in Fitjar are found especially in the area between Lake Storavatnet and Breivika. The many stonewalls in the area reflect that the earth probably was full of stones and stone blocks. The stones that couldn't be dug out had also a function: they stored heat that helped to grow potatoes.

Huglo

Huglo

19.06.2018

The majority of Huglo is bare rock. A bit of dwarf pine forest is the only vegetation able to put down roots. Along the west- and east sides, to the contrary, the landscape is unusually green and lush. The reason lies both in the bedrock and in the ice that covered the area 12 000 years ago.

Spring in the black alder forest of Hystadsmarkjo.

Hystad- the black alder forest

19.06.2018

One of the biggest black alder forests in the country is in Hystadmarkjo. Along the well prepared trail through the forest you can experience an exceptional nature with an unusual abundance of exuberant plant species. But what has laid the foundation for this richness?

Bordalsgjelet

Bordalsgjelet

13.01.2019

Deep down between the stone polished phyllite bedrock in Bordalsgjelet canyon, there is a cascading river. In close cooperation with hard polishing stones, the water has carved into the bedrock for thousands of years - and is still doing so today.

Bømoen toward the north.

Bømoen

12.01.2019

Pump house for the Vossevangen water works.

Vossavangen

24.01.2019

Rindarne moraine

29.03.2018

Housing development Huse in Kinsarvik.

Huse housing development

03.08.2017

From Helland toward the end of the valley with the Skrikjo waterfall.

Opedal

03.12.2018

Hetlefloten i Os

Os valley

06.12.2018

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