NEW Every year thousands of tourists visit Trolltunga in Norway, and most emerge with a picture showing themselves in what appears to be complete isolation 1,000ft above a sweeping lake below. But the reality of how that picture is obtained is anything but tranquil, as these behind-the-scenes images show hundreds of people queuing for up to three hours in order to take one picture on the rocky outcrop. Tour guide Kenneth Warvik, who took the pictures, says the tourists' obsession with getting the perfect Instagram shot is leaving the area covered in litter and putting them in danger.
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