Cutting through –

Naturkreftene skal man ikke spøke med! Her ser vi et eksempel på hvordan en elv over tusener av år har skåret seg gjennom fjellet og formet en stupbratt ravine.
Picture 1015
The forces of nature are not to be taken lightly!  Here we se an example of how the river over thousands of years has been cutting through the mountain side forming a deep and narrow gorge.

Picture 1019Her står jeg på toppen av Flydalsjuvet med ustikt mot Geirangerfjorden. Under meg går det  ca 300 meter ‘rett ned’ –

Here I am on the top of ‘Flydalsjuvet’, which is a drop 900 ft straight down!
Picture 1018Jeg beklager at dette siste bildet er langt fra perfekt når det kommer til ‘kameravinkel’ og horisont, men når jeg hang utenfor rekkverket med 300 meter med ‘frisk luft’ under meg, var det litt andre ting som var i focus 🙂

I’m sorry this last picture is far from perfect when it comes to ‘camera angle’ and ‘horizon’, but hanging out over the gorge with 900 ft of ‘fresh air’ directly under me, my focus was possibly somewhere else . . .
(Compliments of SRB )

Alle bilder er tatt fra området rundt Geiranger.
All pictures are taken from the area around Geiranger!

About Seenorway

'See Norway' vil i fremtid befatte seg med å vise bildereportasjer fra byer, kommuner og tettsteder rundt i Norge. 'See Norway' will take pride in showing you picture reports from communities and settlements throughout Norway. Contact: post@roby.no
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8 Responses to Cutting through –

  1. Jana Last says:

    Thank you for sharing these gorgeous photos of Norway!

    • Seenorway says:

      You’re welcome, Jana –
      There are lot’s more in here. Recommend that you check my front page (Geographiz Zones) or jump on to the ‘band waggong’ through one of the hyper links in one of the full photo reports. And there’ll be more coming!

  2. allesistgut says:

    What a cool and beautiful view. I was a few times at Geirangerfjord but never on this view point. I drove everytime further to Dalsnibba which its spectacular view over Geirangerfjord.

  3. layshiyuu says:

    Thanks for the comments, you’re sharing beautiful pictures also. I want to do more but I don’t have enough means to realize my dream, may be we can keep in touch and work together. patricklayshiyuu@gmail.com

    Patrick

    • Seenorway says:

      Hi Patrick,
      For the moment we only focus on pictures from Norway, but some day into the future I see that guys such as you might take up my idea and build similar national blogs focusing on national sights (like I do).
      Then if we were all making an ‘index’ over the places photographed? And that everybody published a post including all such indexes (from everybody else) it could be a lot of fun? And I think the visiting rate would skyrocket?!
      So why don’t you start with Bali and work your way into Java, Sumatra a.s.o.?
      I notice a ‘fr’ behind the yahoo in one of your adresses? What does ‘fr’ mean?

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