Fjord, Western Norway

October 29

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Western Norway’s fjords—like Nærøyfjorden, northeast of Bergen and a UNESCO World Heritage site—look like fingers of the sea intruding into the land. But they are also receptacles for fresh water pouring off the peaks and ridges that surround them.

See more pictures from the November 2013 feature story “Follow the Water.”

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