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    We've seen many waterfalls on our trip in Iceland, but Haifoss literally blew me away. It is the second highest waterfall of Iceland with a drop of 122 m. The wind was so strong that it was nearly impossible to stand still and any trial to setup the tripod failed, even with my camera bag as ballast. As we were about to leave the place, a group of photographers equipped with Leica M9 and Hasselblad cameras came along and gave it a try with their tripods. I preferred not watching how these cameras did hit the ground on the next gust...

    Giorgio Ghezzi, and 21 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. marin.tomic 43 months ago | reply

      woah how beautiful!!

    2. Giorgio Ghezzi 43 months ago | reply

      fantastic place!! I didn't see Haifoss and didn't try the Blue lagoon because we were late. May be the next time!

    3. mibreit 43 months ago | reply

      wow the spray around the lower part of the waterfall looks great. beautiful photo

    4. Terry Cheng Photography 43 months ago | reply

      Wow...that is a breathtaking view of the waterfall. Love the sense of height!

    5. Rui Almeida. 43 months ago | reply

      excellent creative talent my friend, so very well done and presented
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    6. mj.foto 43 months ago | reply

      Tough conditions! I had encountered the same gusty conditions on a summit and my camera ended up falling (in slow mo almost) when I took a self portrait. Hah!

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    7. meghla_akashe_pori_:) 43 months ago | reply

      OWAO !!!! This is extremeness !

    8. martinstelbrink 43 months ago | reply

      Fantastic, where in Iceland is this?

    9. martinstelbrink 43 months ago | reply

      ah, have just seen the geotagging, thanks!

    10. Yosanties 43 months ago | reply

      Amazing view!

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    11. Ricardo Gomez A 43 months ago | reply

      Woow excellent capture!! Awesome view!!

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