“I was walking on the shoreline when I heard a boom, and I looked down and there was a waterfall on the side of the road.
It looked like a big waterfall,” said Tom Hoey, who has lived on the island of Svalbard for 20 years.
“There was water coming up from the waterfall.
There were some fish floating down, and there were some rocks that were stuck to the rocks.”
Mr Hoeys father, Bob Hoeyn, has been camping on Svalberg for the past two years to visit his parents, who live in Sweden.
“I’m not sure how I could stay there, but I just stayed in the area,” he said.
The man-created waterfall at Svalviken.
Photo: Getty Images The waterfall at the bottom of Svalsberg.
Photo, Svaløyen, Norway.
“I think the waterfall was a very old waterfall, and it had a lot of sediment in it, and you can see the bottom from the top,” Mr Hoyleys father said.
The waterfall, called Svalvaks waterfall, was built in the 1960s by the Norwegian National Hydro Company (NHC), and has a large pool of water at the top.
It was closed for several years when a storm swept through the area, and Mr Hody was forced to move out of his parents home.
He now spends his days on the beach at the beach resort of Løre, in the country’s southernmost municipality of Nørrebro.
Mr Hoyley said he found the man-shaped waterfall to be a very special experience.
“[It] is very natural, and also it has a lot to do with the way we live here, that we live in a certain way and we like to live in this way, and then we get to see that waterfall in a different way.
I like that,” he told National Geographic.
A waterfall at Lørremøy, Svalsvak Island, Norway, in June.
Photo via National Geographic source Mr Råberg said that the man’s experience of the waterfall inspired him to build a cave out of old rocks, with his parents assistance.
“I just found a little cave, and just cut out a little piece of the rock that I had cut from the other side, and made a little pocket for it,” he explained.
I just thought it would be a fun way to live with a cave in the sea, he said, and built it.
Svalvikes waterfall, with a pool of lava flowing out.
Photo by Tom Hoyle.
With no one to provide a steady stream of water to the cave, Mr Rågers son-in-law, Björn Råsgaard, was able to build the cave from old rocks.
“We built the cave as a kind of temporary structure to keep us safe, because there was very little water coming down the river,” Mr Ragsons father said, as he walked back from the cave.
And it worked.
Mr Ragss son- in-law built a cave into a waterfall in Svalgården, and he said that he has been able to stay in the cave for the last six months.
“It’s very, very good,” he laughed.
“When we came out of it, we saw some fish swimming in it.
We had a great time, and now we’re going to have to stay here and live there,” he added.