Seljalandsfoss in Iceland
Seljalandsfoss is a waterfall in Iceland. Seljalandsfoss is located in the South Region in Iceland right by Route 1 and the road that leads to Þórsmörk Road 249.Source: Wikipedia
Shot with a Canon EOS 7D Mark II. Exposure: 8, Aperture: 5.0, Focal Length: 22.0, ISO: 400
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- here is the famous waterfall in Iceland. Ok one of many! This is a throwback to June. And I can tell you, it wasn’t very summery. In fact, it was damn cold outside and it rained on us every single day! I was pretty surprised it didn’t snow this day. My hands were actually numb from from holding the Canon but I managed! It was well worth it! This is a fantastic place. I highly recommend the trip if you can make it. I hope to get there in the winter for the northern lights. The spent the whole day just on the ring with plenty to see. Five days surely was just enough leaving me hungry for more!
- I got completely soaked taking this photo. #1 top travel tip I could ever offer about Iceland is if you must go during the summer (which you should not) wait until 10pm-7am to go see everything. The sun is always light enough and you will see the most majestic places all to yourself. This was about 2 am behind one of my favorite waterfalls on earth. 🇮🇸🙌
- Back in early March, I had spent the morning with Icelandic ponies and the afternoon wandering around Seljalandfoss and Gljúfrabúi waterfalls. Both are beautiful and situated close by each other. This photo was taken just when the moon was rising and peaking through at the top.