During my Icelandic adventure with Colby Brown, Ken Kaminesky and a team of awesome fellow photographers, we made close encounters with dozens of beautiful waterfalls. Although they were all somewhat similar (I mean, water that falls from cliffs), each of them was nothing short of breathtaking!
Seljalandsfoss is located in Southern Iceland and is one of the most famous Icelandic waterfalls. The river cascades 62 meters off the cliff edge. It is very picturesque and is famous since a small footpath makes possible for the visitor to go behind the waterfall. But if you ever want to try that, don’t forget your raincoat! Indeed, the mist that is created by the falling water is very intense and you’ll get drenched in just a few seconds!