The Invisible Waterfall

I am joking. There are no invisible waterfalls.

From Stryn we drove towards Tvinnefossen waterfall.

Tvinnefossen  is not on the tourist map or on the roadside unlike Voringfossen in Eidfjord,  Steindalsfossen in Norheimsund and Tvindefossen in Voss and a bit out of the way but not too much.

But the drive is fantastic , taking us along one side of the mountain along the fjord providing beautiful views throughout.

tvinnefossen

tvinnefossen

tvinnefossen

It was a bit difficult to find it. We drove past and had to come back.

Then we stopped our car in front of a school and walked where an unassuming board pointed;  a grassy slope with wildflowers and a few sheep on one side and pine trees going down on the other; walking past front yards and children playing, farm equipments, pretty flower pots and of course the unbeatable view of the fjord and the mountains.

tvinnefossen

tvinnefossen

tvinnefossen

The waterfall itself was a little difficult to get to. Its not a big one, but we can walk behind it,  stretch our hands towards the water,

and see the fjord through the waterfall.

The journey rather than the destination is the key here.

tvinnefossen

tvinnefossen

tvinnefossen

tvinnefossen

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