The following clip is a collection of many photos Terje Sordgjerd made in the fjords of Western Norway, among “the hidden streams or dwarfish waterfalls outside of the beaten track that offer a great deal of solitude.”

 


Terje Sordgjerd is a Norwegian photographer whose favorite work is capturing the breathtaking moments the nature offers. The reason why he loves the nature so much he explains by the fact that he has spent enough time outdoors to fall in love with the landscapes.

The video was filmed during the last summer, in August 2011. It features Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata, played by the pianist Marika Takeuchi.

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2 Responses to The Water – Unique Interpretation of Norwegian Fjord Landscape

  1. [...] He has made four works so far, and all four deserve to be on a list of the best timelapses ever. This one is his own interpretation of the Norwegian [...]

  2. [...] guess Terje Sorgjerd is not the only Norwegian who expresses admiration to his native country through amazing timelapse [...]

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