National Geographic : 1930 Jul
Photograph from Sven Naerbo THE PULPIT ROCK OF LYSE FJORD Southwest Norway's most beautiful and mysterious fjord has other curious formations besides this. The inlet itself is 25 miles long and one mile wide, and is inclosed by vertical or overhanging rock walls. Photograph byCharles Martin DR. FRIDTJOF NANSENON HIS LAST VISIT TOWASHINGTON On February 5, 1929, thedistinguished Norwegian explorer, then in the National Capital, visitedthe headquarters oftheNational Geographic Society. At his left is Dr. Gilbert Grosvenor, President ofThe Society.