The Nordmarka forest north of Oslo is laced with incredibly picturesque lakes, ponds, and streams dug by glaciers and glacial runoff. The water is quite dark and tannic from all the leaf litter and sphagnum accumulation. Only the occasional splash of jumping fish or frogs disturbs the almost eerie stillness of forest pools.

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