Photograph of the week: Waterfall in southern Iceland

 

The waterfall is on the south coast of Iceland and is called Seljallandsfoss. In the summer the midnight sun goes low enough to illuminate the path behind the falls and it illuminates the water as you walk behind in a most enchanting way. It’s one of photographer Bob Krist’s all-time favourite places to shoot and this one was made on assignment for National Geographic Traveler.

Thank you to Bob Krist Photography for permission to re-produce the image.

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  1. Johan Junius says:

    This is amazing never thought Iceland can look like this. I would love to go there someday even though i don’t like the cold.

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