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Summer adventure in Norway

Kjeragbolten, Norway - August 14, 2017: Front view of the famous rock named Kjeragbolten, which looks like a bean stuck between two bigger rocks. A lot of people take the 3-hours trail to have a chance for a picture standing on the 'bean'. This photo was luckily taken early morning, when there have been no lines and Kjerag could be captured completely empty.

© Veronica Verlan 2017

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Dramatic cloudscape, Preikestolen, Norway

A tree hanging on for dear life at the edge of Preikestolen, a famous tourist attraction in Rogaland county, Norway. It is a steep cliff which rises 1982 feet (604m) above Lyseforden. At the top of the cliff, the surface is a nearly flat area of approximately 82 ft x 82 ft (25m x 25m). It is on the north side of the fjord. It is one of the most popular hiking trails in Norway, and can take an hour and 45 minutes to climb up to the overlook.
Lysefjorden is located in Ryfylke in southwestern Norway. The fjord is 26 miles (42 km) long and is about 16 miles (25 km) east of Stavanger. The name translates to 'light fjord', a reference to the color of the granite that makes up the walls of the fjord.

© Copyright © 2016 Morten Falch Sortland

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Pierced Rock (Rocher-Perce), Gaspé, Canada

The Rocher Percé is a huge sheer rock formation in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence on the tip of the Gaspé Peninsula in Quebec, Canada.
A massive rock formation in the middle of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, this limestone structure measures over 430 meters (1, 400 ft) in length and over 90 meters (300 ft) in width. It gets its name from a hole in the middle of the rock and is one of the world's largest natural arches over water.

© © 2017 Claude-Olivier Marti