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  • September 2020
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    Another set of Iceland pics, likely the last, this time from one of the most amazing waterfalls in the world. I visited three separate times, but you’ll only see pictures from the first trip. That first day was bitterly cold, windy, and snowing. Not ideal for taking pictures, although I gave it my best shot.

    The third trip was specifically timed so I could get the rainbow. Search for ‘gullfoss rainbow’ and you’ll get about a zillion pictures. I couldn’t leave Iceland without adding 1 more to the list. Knowing how rainbows are formed, I calculated what I thought was the best time to stop by. Another cold and windy day – I’m not sure there’s any other kind in Iceland – but the sun was out and I got a shot. Not spectacular, but good enough to add to the list. They might benefit from some judicial photo editing, and I might return to them again in the future.

    I think I ended up with some decent photos, and the waterfall truly is amazing and a must-see in person. But compared to standing under the aurora


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