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- Captured in Iceland
- Available in 3 formats
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I’ve been to Iceland a handful of times, it NEVER gets old. I hope that my funds allow me to come to the amazing island every year for the rest of my life, the journeys are ever evolving, always different, a truly mind-blowing part of the world.
Seljalandsfoss is a beautiful waterfall in Iceland along the southern coast. It cascades over steep cliffs, which makes it possible for you to walk behind the tumbling water. The water that creates the fall is fed by the the glacier volcano of Eyjafjallajökull. Iceland is getting more touristy, and when you consider the island has become a photographers paradise it can be a little frustrating, wanting that perfect shot isn’t as easy as it was 10 years ago, now some loony wanting countless selfies every five minutes will be close by.
The good news is most of the crowds are driven, so come a certain time of day they simply have to go (shame that) Thats one bonus, but the biggest bonus is and always will be early mornings. As always you will only have the true photographer knocking about at this time, usually. Most are courteous, if they are aware you was there first and you make it pretty clear this is the shot your after then things go pretty smooth. Its a difficult one, the beauty of the land is there for us all, so it’s just about timing and a little persistence. Seljalandsfoss still remains a 200ft Giant, and I can’t wait to get back there.
This image was featured in Photo Plus, the Canon Magazine.
Location: South Region, Iceland
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