All over Norway you see houses/cottages perched in the strangest places, for example driving along one side of a fjord you will often notice a building on the other side, my first thought, and kinda never got answered, was how the hell do they get there (to build it or even visit it), there is no road and often its way out in the middle of nowhere. I did see one place on the otherside of a river which had a cool zip-line( flying fox for you aussies 😉 ) with a big bucket across it.
So, here is one of these places, there was one road on this side of the fjord and I pretty sure there was not on the other, definitely no zipline across here either, this one was pretty neat since it was nicely position with the mountains, you can also see a little kummune way over the lake and of course, that rather large flow of ice down a hill, sometimes referred to as a glacier.
3 shot panorama, each shot was bracketed
D750 coupled with Nikkor 70-200 mm f2.8 @ 70mm Aperture: f8 and Shutter Speed: 1/1.6s (normal) 1/13s (underexposed for teh sky) 5s (over exposed for the shadows)
out front: just another Norwegian fjord.