16th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Eid Fjord, Norway, late afternoon
Eid Fjord is the inner part of Hardanger Fjord, the fourth longest fjord in the world. It was created about 8.000 BC when glaciers melted, removing weight from the earth’s crust and allowing mountains to rise. Glaciers still surround it.
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