PICTURES: Climbers Daniel Arnold and Stephan Siegrist collaborated with climbing photographer Thomas Senf to create unique mystical atmosphere images on the Eidfjord in northern Norway, using coloured flares, spotlights and headlamps.
Eidfjord , three hours east of the city of Bergen, is famous for the large number of icefalls (frozen waterfalls) at more than 500 metres (1,640 ft) long. Check out the pictures here.
Thomas Senf/Mammut/Photopress via AP Images
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