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Seljalandsfoss, Iceland

This is Seljalandsfoss in the south, a quarter mile off the main road just east of Hella. The cool thing about this falls is that you can walk behind it (if you look closely at the photo you'll see people in the shelf under the cliff.) Valentina and I walked behind when we went on our road trip three years ago. Since it was a beautiful day we rolled up our pant legs and went barefoot and bare armed along the muddy path. The parka-ed and hiking booted tourists thought we were a lttle nuts and took pictures of us: the local wildlife.


XMOCHA! said...

Happy bday to Valentina!

anita said...

my husbands mother lives in reykjavik, we visit 3 times a year and have seen many of the same beautiful spots you blog about..last summer we walked behind the waterfalls...but MY HOW FUN TO WALK IN THE MUD WITH BARE FEET!

cK said...

Wow. Gorgeous photo. I'd been away from this blog for a spell. I regret that absence!

Barry said...

Wow, are you kidding me? Okay, make this Reason #3,5948,930 that I must visit Iceland.