Ok, not really true — but my last photo trip _did_ count for a spine chilling height factor.

Last Saturday, three photo friends and I drove a couple of hours up the Setesdal to a place called Ose. The valley (-dal means valley) has steep hills on both sides and several magnificent waterfalls. We visited two of them; Reiårsfossen and Heisfossen. We also had a couple of stops at other places, like the tiny chapel in the last photo. I plan on doing more trips up this valley this summer — it’s not like we get to travel abroad in a while yet.

All images but the last are taken with Lensbaby Edge 35 optic on a 1.5x crop sensor Nikon camera; the chapel photo is taken with the Lensbaby Burnside 35 lens. My web host is giving me problems with image upload, so for now I will share my flickr album from the trip:

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