More than anything else, Iceland is a land of waterfalls. Over a thousand kilometers of driving on Route 1, I saw countless falls, often into little farms. Although you can’t walk up to the ones on private property, you can still gawk at a distance.
Seljalandsfoss is a waterfall on the south part of Iceland, just a few hours down Route 1 from Reykjavik. You probably can’t go for more than twenty minutes on Route 1 without seeing a waterfall, but Seljalandsfoss is particularly spectacular with its large pool, and being able to walk behind it — a huge difference from nearby Skogafoss, which was so powerful that I couldn’t bring my camera close at all.
Not far from the black sand beach of Reynisfjara is a small local church.
It’s hard not to rush and share all the stuff I took while away. There are some great shots, and worth taking the time to process them correctly. Fortunately, some pictures come up more quickly than others.