Rjukandefoss (photo: Jan Nergård)
Rjukandefoss (photo: Jan Nergård)
About 40 minutes by car followed by a short walk through the forest, takes us to the lovely Rjukandefossen, an 18 metres high waterfall. Its name means something like “Smoking waterfalls”.
Unfortunately, the sky was grey and the light a bit dull today, but it is still a pretty place to visit.
Rjukandefoss 2 (photo: Jan Nergård)
Rjukandefoss 2 (photo: Jan Nergård)


Author: Jan's bulletin board

I live in a part of the world called Norway with my wife and two daughters. I worked as a telecom engineer for 20 years. Nowadays I am attending a helpdesk supporting colleagues with computer problems. I am also a hobby photographer who believe we ought to pay more attention to how we treat our planet and each other. I trust the reports from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, and I am disappointed that leading politicians in my own and other countries more or less have been ignoring warnings from the scientists for 20 years.

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