Iceland, land of fire and ice….and waterfalls. A lot of waterfalls. All with their own characteristics. Some of them are easily accessible, like the famous Skogafoss or the Seljandfoss, resulting in numerous toursists walking in front of your lens. So one of the reasons I like the Haifoss is that it is not easy to get to. You can hike to it from below, which is nice a 6 hour walk. Or you can drive to the top by 4x4 on a really bumpy road. But when you get there, the view is simply astonishing. For the above picture I took seven pictures with a ND grad filter, which were later put together in Photoshop as a panorama.