In south-central Norway there are some ground sea inlets called fjords that are so extensive that sea water loses its characteristic saltiness to become sweet. This is a sample of what one can see from one of the boats that people normally used for transport. Spectacular! Next we see the tip of the only remaining glacier in that area (center half-southeast) as, little by little, we are losing them as a result of climate change. As they melt, they leave waterfalls which gain strength to move forward in their path and leave a bluish-green flash when the sun hits the surface, finally hiding underground in any corner and emerging. It is not until you see them that you will appreciate their size.