Photographer's Note

Trondheimsfjorden is Norway’s third longest fjord with 130 km and is located to Central Norway, named after the city of Trondheim that is situated by the fjord.

This is one of the two ferries crossing the fjord in a continuous schedule, connecting the city with the Fosen Peninsula we can see in the background.

The bow is already lifted to save time, as the ferry approaches the dock!

The vessel we see here is M/F Trondheim (LGEF), certified for 124 cars and 315 passengers. M/F Trondheim is 96.95 m long and 15.50 m wide, and was delivered from Kaldnes Mek Verksted December 17 1992.

WS Ferry image shows the same vessel in a distance.

A couple of my distinguished critiques mention the rails as an obstacle I’d be better off without… I assume what they really want is something like the workshop image Ferry 2?


I feel bad now…

Remember the squirrel from my last posting? I’m afraid I have made the poor animal a chocolate addict, willing to do anything for a bite..!

WS Squirrel is a vidcap showing the little creature trying to figure out how to get his paws on the chocolate inside the window!

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