As frightful as Gjoll Picture

In Norse mythology, Gjöll (Old Norse meaning "resounding") is one of the eleven rivers traditionally associated with the Élivágar. Similar as the River Styx, the river is said to be freezing cold and have knives flowing through it.

Geirangerfjord (Norway).

Taken with Tokina 12-24mm.
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