My Icelandic collection of photos is getting bigger and bigger and I’ve been falling behind with the posts from this beautiful country. As you might know if you follow the blog, I was again in Iceland about a month and a half ago and it was my first time there outside the summer. The weather there even in the summer can be very fickle so in the winter you never know what to expect. Sometimes you can’t see anything in front of you and sometimes the clouds open for a short while to show you landscapes like the one above with water coming down the mountains through each valley.
The main waterfall in this photograph is the beautiful Seljalandfoss, a waterfall well-known for the fact that you can walk behind it. I’ve seen many close-up photographs from here so I wanted to see if I can come up with something using a long lens. If you look at the original file (just rollover your mouse over the image), you’ll see that I did have to push the file quite a bit in post.