Photographer's Note

This picture is taken in the small seaside town Vik, overlooking the magnificent Sognefjord. At more than 200 kilometres long it is the longest fiord in the world, and the proportions of the landscape is hard comprehend. The mountains surrounding the fiord are usually 1000-1500 metres high, while the fiord in many places is more than one kilometre deep.

Many waterfalls bring water from the snow-caped mountains down to the fiord, one of which can be seen as a short white line near the rightmost side of the picture.

Post-processing: Adjusted colours, cropped, resized and sharpened.

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