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  • Gayle Curry

    Trolltunga, Norway. Love the view! (Don't think I'd be sitting off the edge though!)

  • Maggie McMillan

    Trolltunga, Norway bucket list. stand on the edge.

  • Alex Hawthorne

    trolltunga, norway. the edge of the world

  • Sean McClellan

    Trolltunga (meaning: troll's tongue) is a piece of rock that juts out horizontally from a mountain above Skjeggedal Valley, Odda, Norway. noway would I be cought up on this ridge ever!!!! noway....

  • Wendy Sather

    Trolltunga Norway - possibly the greatest selfie photo spot on the planet. An incredible way to be on top of the world.

  • Vici Rsg

    Trolltunga, Hardangerfjord, Norway | photography by tustago @ flickr | follow the source link for more amazing pictures of this beautiful place

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If you're not living life on the edge, you're taking up too much space!!! Norway: life without guardrails.

can't wait til the weather is nice enough to do this with my hiking pal Sara Jo

"When you escape from something, you don't abscond into nothing -- you escape from one place to another. The excitement is in the instant of deliverance itself, because that, not the final destination, is the only moment of being free. It's the moment of feeling most alive and most oneself, unburdened by the expectations on either side." -- Elisabeth Eaves

This totally freaks me out due to my incredible fear of heights and falling! But oh, how it must feel...

I love this photo; it's a combination of amazing exhilaration and sheer terror at the same time! Very cool!

Trolltunga, Norway - OMG!! Norwegians do love their trolls. Trolltunga translates as troll's tongue and perfectly describes the piece of jutting rock.

Trolltunga in Norway Trolltunga is one of the most spectactular scenic cliffs in Norway. Trolltunga is situated about 1100 meters above sea level, hovering 700 metres above lake Ringedalsvatnet in Skjeggedal. The view is breathtaking.