These photos are taken within a few kilometers from Kråkeröd. Provided by Flickr.
20180804_01 European adder (Vipera berus) on gravel road | The trail Bohusleden, section 17 - Harska to Svarteborg | Bohuslän, Sweden
20180804_02 European adder (Vipera berus) on gravel road | The trail Bohusleden, section 17 - Harska to Svarteborg | Bohuslän, Sweden
20180804_03 Yellowhammer (Emberiza citrinella) | The trail Bohusleden, section 17 - Harska to Svarteborg | Bohuslän, Sweden
20180804_06 Harvester in yellow field | The trail Bohusleden, near the end of section 17 - Svarteborg | Bohuslän, Sweden
20180804_07k Cemetery | The trail Bohusleden, near the end of section 17 - Svarteborg | Bohuslän, Sweden
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