I can't beat Lori's fantastic alpine tour but here is my version of rocky affairs at the moment.
The Archipelago of Kragerø, Norway, consists of about 450 islands, many small and some larger (up to about 8 x5 km2). Most of them are covered by pine forest. The area is a popular place for boating with lots of narrow fjords, inlets, beaches etc. Almost all islands have summerhouses and a few have year-round residents. At the southeast coast you get the best summer weather in Norway here.
Two of the islands consist of moraine - sand, pebbles and boulders; and clay underneath. On these islands the flora is richer and it is popular to picnic here. Small roads and paths make it easy to walk around (or bike).
Here are some pics taken today - nice weather but windy so I got soaked, we had to cross open sea to get to the utmost island of Stråholmen. First the small "village" on the island.
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