Monday, July 21, 2008

More Photos from "Norway in a Nutshell" - Flam, Myrdal, Voss and the Sognefjord, Norway (July 5-7, 2008)

Sally stands at the base of the 152m Tvinnefossen waterfall, on the northern side of the Naeroydalen valley
The view from Stalheim, just before descending along the Stalheimskleiva road. The series of 13 switchbacks, which are on a 20 percent gradient, make for a slightly harrowing ride!
The Naeroyfjord arm of the Sognefjord is one of the narrowest fjords in the world: at one point only 250m across, with 1700m high mountains on either side.
Kayakers enjoy the fjord's tranquil waters and the beautiful surrounding mountains
A quaint little town on the banks of the fjord
During a heavy rainstorm, mountains disappear in the mist over the fjord

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