Haifoss is one of the tallest and most striking waterfalls in all of Iceland. Located in the southern highlands, it is wild, remote and not easily accessible. The view, however, is spectacular as the waterfall drops over 120 meters into a narrow canyon that is over two million years old.
The day I visited Haisoff, a storm was brewing on the horizon. It created very dramatic light.
This photograph was taken with a professional Leica medium format camera. The superb quality and high resolution of the camera guarantees that you get the the highest image quality possible. The watermark in the lower right hand corner of the picture does not appear on the final print.
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October 14th, 2019
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