Goðafoss in north-east Iceland is one of the most photogenic waterfalls we have in Iceland although it is only 10-15m high. In either summer or winter it has alot to offer for the travelling photographer. The access is easy, only 500m from the main ring road. Even in snowy winter the access is pretty straight forward although we managed to get my 4x4 stuck 5m into the short stretch of road that leads to the waterfall.
The best angle to shoot is from the east bank. There one can scramble down into the shallow gorge.
We where lucky enough that it had snowed heavily with really cold temperatures before and during our trip around Iceland. This created some nice ice formations and turned the otherwise brownish muddy glacier river into a cold blue and clear stream.