After seven solid days of riding the twisties through Norway's fjordlands, my poor arse was in desperate need of a break. I'd spent the morning hiking to Skageflå, an abandoned old farm perched high on the cliffs above Geirangerfjord, and I was keen to spend a little more time out on the water.
I rented a motor boat in the evening from Active Geiranger, and just as I went down to the jetty, the sky clouded over and it suddenly went very dark; like something out of Lord of the Rings.
It was very eerie and quite intimidating being alone out on the water, hemmed in on all sides by 1600m of near vertical rock, yet the bizarre weather created some great conditions to photograph Knivsflåfossen (Seven Sisters waterfall) from an unusual angle.
These photographs were taken with the Sony A7R IV and the Sony 24mm f/1.4 GM , along with a Kase Wolverine Magnetic circular polariser filter.