Iceland - day 4

4th day started with Gullfoss waterfall. Very big, picturesque, not that easy to photograph. There are many angles and places to shoot from but I wasn’t entirely happy with them. Also it’s a very popular attraction.

While travelling through Iceland I was constantly amused by huge “tourists buses”, big ass 4x4 cars. This is unlike anything else.

I bought cheap Samyang fish-eye lenses shortly before this trip. I never thought I would use in on horses, but here it is. :) We met those horses near Keldur turf houses. One of the few still left and well preserved. The area was small and not that eye catching as Glaumbauer, but if you don’t plan to go far from Reykjavik, it’s definitely worth visiting.

Rest of the day was filled with more waterfalls. Starting with the most famous Seljalandsfoss. It’s a must-go place, even though it can get crowded. A few meters on the left from Seljalandsfoss is Gljufrabui waterfall. It’s absolutely amazing, hidden, you have to pass a narrow rock passage walking on the stones (because river flows over there from the waterfall). Inside it’s very wet, so be careful about your photo equipment.

One of Icelandic farms. Not so far behind there is famous Eyjafjallajokull which erupted in 2010, causing a lot of problems.

We settled for a night on a camping site right in front of another famous waterfall - Skogafoss. It was featured in Game of Thrones. It almost impossible to take a wider shot without people in the frame so if you’re planning on doing one - go very early in the morning.