Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock)

Let’s get one thing clear from the beginning: the sight of people perched¬† on the edge of this extraordinary granite rock formation is one of Norway’s emblematic images but it’s also enough to give you chills down your spine if you’re not particularly fond of heights.

Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) is a steep cliff plunging 604m to the Lysefjorden below and opposite the Kjerag plateau,with astonishingly uniform cliffs on three sides.

It’s quite simply a remarkable place, a vantage point unrivaled anywhere in the world and a photographer’s dream.

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