Wow! It is incredible that a place so tranquil and calming in the height of summer turns into a near inaccessible winter barrier within the timeframe of just a few months. The winter photograph is taken around 250m to the left of the summer frame with the same Schneider Kreuznach 80mm LS f/2.8 lens, just where the fjord's water falls in a steep sided valley, running down into Geilo.
In the background, the mighty Hallingskarvet Plateau continues to dominate and decitate its borderland regardless of seasons and weather. I love the fact that it looks appropriately fierce in its ice coated clothing. Shot on location for Visit Geilo.
Oh and click on the winter picture and look closely, go on...really closely, and you'll spot two cross country skiers making their way across my frame!