Once again the unique and unforgettable experience of feeling infinitely small and engulfed by a landscape which is bigger than rational comprehension.
Háifoss is the second tallest waterfall in Iceland, being 122 meters high. It´s located in the south of Iceland, right on the edge of the highlands, and can only be accessed through a very bumpy road, where a 4WD vehicle is needed.
I was not planning on going there on this specific day, but I trusted Alexander Otto’s good relationship with the Gods, so I had the double pleasure of meeting both Alexander and also this incredible place, blessed by stunning sunset light.
The wind was absolutely wild, to the point of almost pushing the body, so standing right at the tip of the cliff was quite a daunting experience. To worsen things we arrived right when the light was at it´s best, so everything had to be quickly setup, which is not easy when the wind is blowing like crazy.
Technical info: Sony a7R | Venus Optics – Laowa 12mm f2.8 | Aperture: f11 | Exposure: 30 seconds | ISO: 100 | Manual focus | 4 stops Nisi Medium Grad; 6 stops Nisi full ND (NiSi Filters Spain) | FLM Photography CP30XL Tripod | Edited on BenQ SW240 monitor
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