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No fjord cruise? No Norway!

This was the fifth time I visited Norway in the last 18 years … and the first time having a cruise through its fjords! A mystical experience, planned last-minute thanks to this service. How peaceful can be winter cruising a couple of hours between Nærøyfjord and Aurlandsfjord,

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The Fanaraaken ready to set sail from Gudvangen.

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Two hours in the arctic breeze: no pain no gain

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Sea fluidity at low temperatures

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Foam and snow, leaving the Nærøyfjord

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Fanaraaken  mirroresque roof (click it to magnify this amazing view)

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Sliding into the Aurlandsfjord

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Approaching our goal: the village of Flåm.

Don’t miss fjord cruising next time you visit Norway! Click each picture to enlarge. Pictures show with D800 plus 16-35 mm f/4

Posted by lorenzoborghi on January 16, 2015
2 Comments Post a comment
  1. 01/16/2015

    Lorenzo

    The calmness of the water and the reflection is amazing. Quite stunning for sure.

    Cheers
    Jim

    Reply
    • 01/18/2015

      Thanks Jim, a summer exploration of Norwegian fjords is now required to test if temperature affects water fluidity 😀

      Reply

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