Skógafoss in south Iceland is easily accessible due to its proximity to the Ring Road. Since nearly every visitor takes a picture here, Skógafoss has become a photographic cliché. Why then, you may wonder, did I plant my tripod at the exact same spot like so many before me? Because the light, the sight, and the sound moved me.
by Rajan ParrikarCategories: Candid, Iceland, LandscapeTags: 24-105L, Canon 5D Mark II, Eyjafjöll, Singh-Ray Filter, Skógafoss, South Iceland, TS-E 24L II, Waterfall
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My favorite is the second one.
Beautiful photographs Rajan! Really awesome!
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