A hiker enjoys the feeling of freedom from Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen). The rock which overlooks the fjord 604 metres below is one of Norway's most popular natural attractions and is a Norwegian icon. Jon & Tina Reid | Travel Portfolio | Photography Blog | Travel Flickr Group
The Monolith in Frognerparken, Oslo. Frogner Park (Frognerparken) is the biggest park in the central parts of Oslo. As a part of Frognerparken, you will also find Vigelandsparken (Vigeland Sculpture Park), Oslo's most visited attraction. Photo: NaustvikPhotography.com
The Lotevatnet river splits into two to form the Latefoss waterfall in the Odda district of Norway. Is a waterfall located in the municipality of Odda in western Norway. The total height is 165 meters. Photo: John & Tina Reid
Narvikfjellet, The Narvik Mountains - In Narvik you can ski from 1200 m above sea level all the way down to the fjord. You can look down over the city and out across the Ofotfjorden. What is unique here is the contrast between mountain and fjord, a quality that has put Narvik on the map in skiing circles.