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Here is Hraunfossar waterfall, close to Barnafoss waterfall I had shown you on my previous shot. On about one kilometre long the water streams from Hallmundarhaur lava field (probably dated from 8th century) and forms many little waterfalls that flow into the river Hvítá. It is one of the most surprising waterfall I could see in Iceland, one you can imagine in fairytales. I used a ND 400 filter for this shot so that I could make a 4 seconds exposure. You can have a wider view on the site as workshop.

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