Seljalandsfoss is a waterfall in the south of Iceland. It drops 60 meters (approx. 200 feet) over the former coastline. Following a footpath you can get behind the waterfall. Unfortunately on this day it was so windy that it was ‘raining’ behind the waterfall. So I decided against a panoramic image behind the waterfall.
Skógafoss is a waterfall in the south of Iceland. With a width of 25 meters (approx. 82 feet) it drops 60 meters (approx. 200 feet) over the former coastline. When we arrived at this location I did a spherical at the lower river bed. When I decided to climb up it still was cloudy. But as I prepared for the shot the sun came out and I got this shot 🙂
Dyrhólaey is a small peninsula in the south of Iceland. It is located not far from the village Vík í Mýrdal. The peninsula is well known for its colony of atlantic puffins, but offers also some intersting rock formations like this arch.
The church was built in 1884, and was the last turf church built in the old style. It is one of six churches still standing, which are preserved as historical monuments. The church is maintained by the National Museum but also serves as a parish church.