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Vargkitteln – Trolldalen

By liveitshareit on 2013.07.15 In Trips

The idea was that this post would be a video but i really have not had time to finish it yet, it is almost done.
This time I went to a place I never really noticed even though I live relatively close. This is part of the Bergslagen (again) and is part 9 if I’m not wrong. In order to upload pictures faster, I decided to take some pictures with a compact camera instead of the big medium format. Partly because I want to show that they are just as capable of web and print up to A3 in good quality. The film im using also takes up to three weeks to develop during the summer. And the compact camera is much much much lighter haha.
I will leave some materials out because of the video that im making and it will be uploaded soon with alot of information and tips.

Here is some information about the area copied from Länsstyrelsen:

Nature Reserves Trolldalen and Vargkitteln is part of the same rift, Eastern Magic Valley. The cracking occurred already when Kilsbergen formed several million years ago. But it was only during the last ice age, about 10,000 years ago, as the Eastern Magic Valley got its dramatic and unique shapes.

When the ice began to melt formed a large lake in Kilsbergen. The water continued to the sea through the valley, where the rushing water masses cut rock and boulders on its way. Some of the stones of the mighty river is flushed with through Eastern Trolldalen ended up at a contemporary seashore which is now located in the nature reserve Lövbrickan. The fines, sand and clay, were brought out into the sea and settled on the ocean floor that would later become the fertile Närkeslätten.

http://www.lansstyrelsen.se/orebro/Sv/djur-och-natur/skyddad-natur/naturreservat-och-nationalparker/sevarda-naturmiljoer/orebro/trolldalen-och-vargkitteln/Pages/index.aspx

trollis-1trollis-3trollis-2 Found a friend next to the trail.

And here are some images of when i took the photos and the result. It´s not much but something at least.
trollis-4

troll-6c

Nikon P7000
28mm F2.8
Shutter speed: 2 Seconds
Aperture: F/8
ISO: 100
ND Filter

trollis-5

troll-4e

Nikon P7000
28mm F2.8
Shutter speed: 1.6 Seconds
Aperture: F/8
ISO: 100
ND Filter

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