Norwegian FjordsPeople familiar with my work refer to this image as my Ansel Adams photograph. His art has inspired every photographer and I can only imagine what he would think about todays camera technology. What unfolds as you travel the Fjords of Norway, is a fantastic vision of water and rock. Fjords were carved by a massive sheet of ice that covered Northern Europe in a succession of ice ages. A Fjord has steep land on three sides. If the geological formation is wider than it is long, it is not a fjord. Then it is a bay or cove. Years ago I asked a seasoned cruise ship captain where is the most beautiful place he had ever sailed. He declared without delay, "the Norwegian Fjords." And so began my journey to cruise the Fjords.