|Copyright: Joar Larsson Boe (JoeyNO)
|Date Taken: 2008-05-31|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2008-06-01 13:05|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Pulpit Rock or the Norwegian name Preikestolen is a great place to visit on sunny days like this. We went there the last day in may this year. Temp was about 25 degC. Pulpit Rock, a massive cliff about 600m asl.|
Its about 2 hours walk from the local parking which also includes cafetaria etc. In the back "Lysefjorden" stretches it self into Lysebotn. The well known Kjerag platou for base jumpers are also locaten further into the fjord from here.
You can find more detailed info here:
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first class landscape image from Norway!
best pov with good depth here with perfect sharpness, very nice colour and details on the whole scene!
many thanks for the sharing
from NZ, Tony
- [2008-06-01 16:31]
good capture and composition.
I like the colors and the POV you got, the people on the rocks are stunning. Are some of then taking sun bath ?
very beautiful place
very nice shot and useful notes Joan,
very nice pov and composition!
A wonderful point of view, and very inmpressive people standing on this rock so exposed. It isn't dangerous?
Wishes by Diana
amazing place it must be, great landscape view, real Norway:)