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... had cleared a little and we were able to shoot. There was a lot of spray from the falls, which made shooting difficult, but you could find some dry spots and some good compositions back and downstream a little.
We then stopped also at a visitors centre on the Ring Road opposite where Eyjafyatlojokull erupted back in 2010 disrupting air traffic across Europe. This was very interesting. More so ...
... in my face. Yet when we stopped to see a glacier 2km down the road, it was calm. With 35 minutes of daylight remaining, Gummi pulled off the main road, saying we had just enough time to see the black waterfall. I had no idea what that was, but he took charge and we followed him across a bridge, then up a hill. The waterfall resembled a pipe organ but it was nothing special. The hike up seemed to take ages, but luckily we got back down before dark. Gummi pretty much flew by the seat of ...
GOLDEN CIRCLE, GEOTHERMAL TASTE & ICELANDIC HORSES
Thingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After a stop here the tour continues to Gullfoss "the Golden Falls", a double waterfall which tumbles 32 metres into the River Hvita, and attracts many tourists and travellers in summer and winter. You will see the steam from the geothermal fields around Geyser as you arrive. Here there is a variety of hot springs and bubbling pools including ...
... every 5-10 minutes and is called Strokkur. Much like Rotorua in New Zealand, there was steam pushing up from the ground all around and bubbling water pools with water around 80-100 degrees. Unlike Rotorua, the sulphurous smell was barely noticeable. Only a few minutes down the road from Geysir, was one of the most famous waterfalls in Iceland, a double waterfall known as Gullfoss (or Golden Falls in English). One of the very first things we learnt ...
... at them, and stood right next to Strokker as it erupted like five or six times! It was fantastic!
The same goes for Gulfoss - when we arrived there was ************e there. We walked up to the viewing platform and stood there right before Gulfoss in all its fury and watched it - JUST THE TWO OF US. I just can't fathom having the opportunity to be a such a place alone with my beloved. No tourists, no buses, no noise, not ...