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Besides the land of volcanic phenomena, Iceland is the land of the many waterfalls.
Driving through Iceland you see innumerable smaller waterfalls every day, but also a few large ones. Too many to show them all, because although they are all different, they are also all the same.
In this travelogue, the Seljalandsfoss is the last one I will show you.

The Seljalandsfoss is a special waterfall because you can walk around it and as I will show you in the next post, where unexpected things happen.
The waterfall itself is not spectacular in size. This 65 meter high waterfall in the south of Iceland is located right on the ring road. Moreover, it lies on the route to Þórsmörk, and it is possible to walk along a slippery path behind the waterfall.
The main photo shows that. The photo is taken from behind the waterfall and shows, through the waterfall, the landscape where the water flows.
The first workshop shows the waterfall from the front. It is also easy to see that this waterfall is also popular with many tourists.
The second workshop shows the waterfall from the side.

■ Main picture: ◄ From Behind ►
■ Workshop 1: ◄ From the Front ►
■ Workshop 2: ◄ From the Side ►

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Additional Photos by Rob Zwemmer (alvaraalto) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 5378 W: 324 N: 9960] (39142)
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