• Skjolden View From Sengjaberget

    Skjolden is located in a very unique spot at the very end of the world’s longest fjord, deep in the heart of Norway. After a long day visiting the Jostedalsbreen glacier, we all came back to the town and everybody went aboard the cruise ship. I wanted to visit the Sengjaberget viewpoint, so after a long walk I arrived to this spot with amazing views of the fjord village.

    By the way the cruise ship was offering a guided walk to this viewpoint, so I went there for free!

    Skjolden View From Sengjaberget
    Photo Information

    Camera
    Canon EOS-1D X
    Lens
    Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS II USM Lens
    Exposure
    0.033333 sec (1/30)
    Aperture
    f/7.1
    Focal Length
    70 mm
    ISO Speed
    100
  • Norwegian Fjords at Dusk

    Even though it was getting dark in the Norwegian fjords, there was enough light to create glittering light reflections on the water.

    Norwegian Fjords at Dusk
    Photo Information

    Camera
    Canon EOS 5D Mark II
    Lens
    Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS II USM Lens
    Exposure
    0.003125 sec (1/320)
    Aperture
    f/5
    Focal Length
    90 mm
    ISO Speed
    100
  • The River In The Private Norwegian Lands

    While the rest of the people in the tour were exploring the oldest church in this village, I walked away from the group to get some photos of this river that was in the private lands of the local farmers.

    The River In The Private Norwegian Lands
    Photo Information

    Camera
    Canon EOS-1D X
    Lens
    Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8 L II USM Lens
    Exposure
    15 sec
    Aperture
    f/7.1
    Focal Length
    33 mm
    ISO Speed
    100
  • Nigardsbreen Glacier

    This is one of the most accessible glaciers, where you can peer into the blue ice at very close range, and join guides on glacier walks. When you drive up the scenic valley of Jostedalen, you will end up at the glacier visitor centre, from there it is a short drive up to the car park, and people can either walk along the lake up to the glacier itself or take the boat across the lake.

    Nigardsbreen Glacier
    Photo Information

    Camera
    Canon EOS-1D X
    Lens
    Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8 L II USM Lens
    Exposure
    0.00625 sec (1/160)
    Aperture
    f/6.3
    Focal Length
    30 mm
    ISO Speed
    100
  • Road To Nigardsbreen Glacier

    Skjolden is a tiny village. It was impossible to rent a car to go to the Nigardsbreen glacier, so we joined one of the tours offered by the cruise ship. The bus stopped at the visitor centre where you can see the glacier from the distance.

    Road To Nigardsbreen Glacier
    Photo Information

    Camera
    Canon EOS-1D X
    Lens
    Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS II USM Lens
    Exposure
    0.0125 sec (1/80)
    Aperture
    f/6.3
    Focal Length
    70 mm
    ISO Speed
    100
  • River Coming From Briksdal Glacier

    The melting of the Briksdal glacier produces a lot of water tumbling down the valley.

    River Coming From Briksdal Glacier
    Photo Information

    Camera
    Canon EOS 5D Mark II
    Lens
    Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L USM Lens
    Exposure
    0.003125 sec (1/320)
    Aperture
    f/4
    Focal Length
    32 mm
    ISO Speed
    250
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