Trolltunga Love by kaizross

One time I was unhappy with the results I had in photo and there was a guy who said “how much better can it be – it’s perfect”. It made me think about me being very picky and why is that. I realized that there is a difference when you see other people’s work and your work. Basically you see the work for few seconds and you go: yeah nice. Me on the other hand have to look at this for hours and I know every pixel on it so after some time I can’t take it anymore and I have to change it so it’d be pleasing to me. This one shot here is one of them.

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Trolltunga Engage by kaizross

So I did one shot called Trolltunga Romantic previously and it so happened I felt the irresistible urge to improve it. If a shot doesn’t make me happy I’ll try something new and here it is – the new one. This couple absolutely warmed my heart, it was a beautiful surprise to me to be witnessing this.

Unfortunately this dangerous beauty, Trolltunga, had its first victim. On Saturday evening a young woman fell and lost her life. I suggest having a quiet moment for her.

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Trolltunga Morning by kaizross

As I had made my sunset photography where a couple had gotten engaged I went to sleep in my tiny tent not far from the troll’s tongue. The night was chill and my watch indicated 2 degrees Celsius. In the morning I boiled myself water and made double coffee to get me going. I had some chocolate and headed to check out the tongue more closely. It was peaceful almost spiritual. No one had arrived yet to disturb my moment with this place. I left my coffee by my gear and took a sit on this awesome unique place that I’ve wanted to visit for a long time. The feeling was so nice I really didn’t feel the urge to take lots of shots or try different things. I just sit there and enjoyed.

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Trolltunga! by pedropavan

This photo was taken in Trolltunga. Trolltunga is this beautiful rock that comes out of the mountain with a shape of a tongue. To get there we had to hike 11km through the mountain. The views is just incredible. For sure the most beautiful place I’ve visited so far. The best experience is to sit at the edge of the rock. The feeling is incredible.

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