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Calm summer night

Taken two years ago from in front of our tent on a camping site in Sweden, about 100km north of Gothenburg:


The surface of the sea was so calm only very early in the morning, or very late at night, depending on the viewpoint *g* - taken around 3am or so when I was on one of my treks to the loo.
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That is absolutely beautiful.
It was. One of the few moments when I didn't mind leaving my warm sleeping back at this hour! *g*
That is really gorgeous! How did you manage to sleep?
That was simple: being exhausted by far too-long sight seeing trips, hikes and such... *g* No, it wasn't difficult. We once were further north where it didn't get dark at all, just rather dusky; but being exposed to sea air and being outside all day makes you sleepy enough, and it's also cold enough at night the warm and comfy sleeping bag makes one rather sleepy as well.
Beautiful!
Thank you!
Stunning!

I've been in Finland during the winter time and you just about see the sun peek up for a little while during the day. Summer time is total opposite.
Oh my, I would love it there.
I can imagine! It was a really beautiful corner of the world.
Really beautiful shot. So serene.
Thank you!
Lovely!
Thanks!
Beautiful!
Thanks!
I love to camp but haven't been in ages. No one in my circle of friends or my family enjoy it. They are all hotel people. *sigh*
That is an amazing view!
Thanks! And how frustrating for you. My husband was "hotel-raised", as far as travelling/holidaying goes, and our first steps into camping weren't promising. We settled for holiday cottages as a compromise, but after the purchase of really comfortable mattresses, good sleeping bags and comfy camping chairs, he agreed to another try, and we've going camping ever since. ;o) Not needing to talk to people at breakfast or so and having his calm and quiet with his morning tea won him over, that and the fact he can have said morning tea sitting "really" outside, as in on grass and not a terrace or balcony.