Seljalandsfoss

My guess is just about everybody who visits Iceland visits Seljalandsfoss. And with good reason. You can walk the full 360 around and behind the waterfall. It’s powerful, loud in that transcendent everything-here-is-bigger-than-you way, and it’s beautiful. We arrived early on a gray, drizzling morning, with all the walkways coated in ice. That did not deter the tour buses. But that’s okay; as just another visitor, Iceland is a place you share. We waited for quite a while before the light broke through the clouds. Fire and ice. Look for Seljalandsfoss soon in the shop.

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