Lake Lygnstøylsvatnet, Norway

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A 1908 landslide jammed the Lygna River in the precipitous Norangsdal Valley near Øye, forming a pristine mountain lake—and a prime spot for underwater photography. Beneath the cold, glassy waters, divers can explore remains of alpine huts with birch-bark roofs and swim under a stone bridge that was used to cross the river before it was inundated by it. Rich with algae and greenery, a collection of dead tree trunks is known locally as the Troll Forest. Just be sure to bring a dry suit.
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Lake Lygnstøylsvatnet, Norway

A 1908 landslide jammed the Lygna River in the precipitous Norangsdal Valley near Øye, forming a pristine mountain lake—and a prime spot for underwater photography. Beneath the cold, glassy waters, divers can explore remains of alpine huts with birch-bark roofs and swim under a stone bridge that was used to cross the river before it was inundated by it. Rich with algae and greenery, a collection of dead tree trunks is known locally as the Troll Forest. Just be sure to bring a dry suit.
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Christian Skauge [1] [1] http://www.undervannsfoto.no/

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