I know it’s been over a month since I came home from the the land of fire and ice, but here are a few more pictures from the wonderful land of Iceland. In this case it of the waterfalls around the area of Seljalandsfoss. This particularly wonderful foss is on the main round south-east before you get to Vik. It drops about 60m from the volcanic cliffs above and has calved out a plunge pool and has a fantastic undercut rock shelter that allows visitors to walk behind the falls (though I would say to watch your step as the patch can be wet and slippery – and when the weather is as windy as it was on our trip the spray will soak you).
About 500m along the cliffs to the northwest of Seljalandsfoss is the hidden waterfall Gljúfrafoss. This is worth having a look at, though your feet will get wet as you have to walk along the stream to get into the cave. With Gljúfrafoss you have a waterfall that has cut back into the cliffs and you have to do a bit of exploring to see this beautiful foss.