|You can see the rainbow showing faintly against the hillside.|
This was taken from our veranda.
|Waterfalls tumbled down in every direction|
|I loved the idea of Reindeer Meatballs but we|
had just eaten a huge breakfast on board.
|In the morning we hiked the road over to a trail leading up|
(steeply) to this waterfall, seen in the distance.
|Walt & Honoree celebrating the end of our hike.|
|Smaller streams cascaded down along the|
|Here's the view of the valley looking down to the town and the cruise ship.|
|This photo was taken through the window as we started on|
our railroad journey up to Myrdal. Although the line was
approved in 1915, it didn't open until 1940. It's now pretty
exclusively a tourist attraction.
|We finally got a window open and were able to photograph|
the train itself.
|The snow fields were disappearing at this time of year. It is|
open all year long and goes through 20 tunnels, protecting
it from the snow.
|This shot shows the road along the left edge of the river -|
one hairpin turn after another.
|The waterfall was so powerful at this point that the air was|
filled with mist and it was quite cool from the altitude.
|But the resident "ghost" appeared and disappeared in the|
ruins along the waterfall, singing her siren song.
|Scott got the best photos - difficult due to the heavy mist.|
|On the way down we saw the scenery in the other direction - all beautiful.|
|It's just one waterfall after another.|
|Back to our cruise ship at the end of a lovely day. Here you|
can get an idea how big it is. It dwarfs the town.
|Generally our ship docked early in the morning and then|
departed between 5 and 6 PM.