KIRKJUFELL AT SUNSET!

STORMY DAY AT REYKJANESTA

A GLORIOUS SUNSET AT DETTOFOSS

GODAFOSS - THE GOD OF ALL WATERFALLS!

ADMIRING SELJALANDFOSS STANDING BACK

ALIEN WORLD - MOSS COVERED LAVA ROCKS

Fjaðrárgljúfur Canyon is a must see for this magical country! This canyon is one of those places in Iceland that you don't find in any of the brochures, and don't see many photos of, but that's just one of the reasons it's all that much more magical when you get there. There is a little grassy walking trail along the side of the canyon, with dramatic views to the floor that would make even the most experienced climbers dizzy. The canyon is 100m tall and 2km long, and you can also hike along the floor of the canyon, although be prepared to wade through glacial rivers for that adventure! The mossy floor with trails that seemingly lead into an abyss, and the blue waters with the occasional waterfall make you feel like you are surrounded by fairies and trolls (and ask any Icelander, you just may be!).

Fjaðrárgljúfur at Twilight

Seljalandfoss  This waterfall has to be one of my favorites that I was able to photograph in Iceland! The fact that you are able to walk behind this waterfall made this beast truly special ! Before visiting this, I had imagined, climbing up the slippery path to the cavern behind the waterfall, and the sun would be rising through the mists. Unfortunately it was overcast and cloudy when we visited it. Still it was an experience to photograph this early morning in chilling winds soaked to the bones from the water mist. You get to a point where you just are going through the motions, sheer will making you cover all the possible compositions when your mind is screaming at you to get indoors into warmth and dry off. This was one of the easier shots of that morning, standing back from the waterfall away from the spray, admiring the magnificent waterfall in all its glory.

SELJLANDFOSS 

Seljalandfoss  This waterfall has to be one of my favorites that I was able to photograph in Iceland! The fact that you are able to walk behind this waterfall made this beast truly special ! Before visiting this, I had imagined, climbing up the slippery path to the cavern behind the waterfall, and the sun would be rising through the mists. Unfortunately it was overcast and cloudy when we visited it. Still it was an experience to photograph this early morning in chilling winds soaked to the bones from the water mist. You get to a point where you just are going through the motions, sheer will making you cover all the possible compositions when your mind is screaming at you to get indoors into warmth and dry off. This was one of the easier shots of that morning, standing back from the waterfall away from the spray, admiring the magnificent waterfall in all its glory.

GULFOSS

MT. VESTRAHORN AT SUNSET

CLOUDY DAY AT MT. VESTRAHORN

THE WITCH HAT MOUNTAIN

THE ICE BEACH

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