Valldal View

Hvis man er på vei mot Geiranger, så kommer man ofte over fergestedet Valldal, Tabben mange gjør er at de alltid ser i den retningen man reiser – den veien fergen går i øyeblikket, men av og til kan det lønne seg også å kaste et blikk bakover. For når man har naturen for tett innpå seg, så kan det være vanskelig å danne seg et helhetsinntrykk? Men litt utpå fjorden, så, får man jo det . . . 
Og da kan det se slik ut!
If you happen to be enroute to Geiranger, you’ll be taking a ferry out of Valldal across the ‘Storfjord’. Most people automatically make the mistake of only looking forward in the direction they are going (in front of the ferry), however, when you’re very close to the nature it may sometimes be hard to catch the total picture of things. And if you take a look backward as well (the way you came), – it might look something like this!

(Compliments of PMR)
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14 Responses to Valldal View

  1. This one takes my breath away Svein… Something so beautiful about Mountains and Lakes 🙂 and snow 😀

  2. -Eugenia says:

    So clear and pristine. One would not want to miss that view and as you stated most people make the mistake of only looking forward.

  3. Seenorway says:

    Ett av dine eldre bilder! Og ja, jeg synes det er fint!

  4. vestlending says:

    Ja dette bildet minner mye om en alpesjø i Sveits/østerrike!

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