This shot was pretty hard to take. I hiked to the waterfall during the night and it was stormy as hell. To make my way up there was the one challenge, but the real challenge was to get a good shot because I only had my smaller tripod with me which – obviously – is not that heavy so it could stand the stormy winds.
I had to hold it really tight and always wait for some moments where the wind is not too strong so I can take a shot without completely shaking the camera.
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Customary shot before heading up and avoiding all the people shooting from the bridge near the foss… 4 yrs ago we were visiting this place during sunset and sunrise with almost nobody there. now, even with wind, hail, rain and snow you’ll always see a car camped out there almost every night… I miss the days when we would just go somewhere and do landscape photography without minding too much about all the noise…. how times have changed. We should start turning back time then…
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You can see the path behind the Seljalandsfoss waterfall to the right of the rainbow. Quite a challenge to get a good photo from behind the falls, even with a wide angle lens, due to constant spray and no room to back up. I guess saying anything “foss” waterfall is redundant since foss is Icelandic for waterfall.
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