Hraunfossar out of Context
Hraunfossar was my last planned photographic stop on my 2017 Iceland trip. Many – perhaps most – of the waterfalls I photographed while in Iceland were beautiful, in part due to their scale. They were frequently tall, and almost always involved huge quantities of water. Hraunfossar was the exact opposite, both short, and short on water, but as beautiful as any of the others. I love this shot because of the Autumn colors on display. It is kind of difficult to determine what, exactly, is happening in this photo, which is another reason I like it (and is the reason I call it Hraunfossar out of Context). Hraunfossar – see the entire picture in my photo “Hraunfossaar” - is a small cascade / waterfall that seems to come from nowhere. It is actually an underground river that comes to the surface just above another river, and it is at this point that it cascades down the rock walls as seen in this photo.
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