Skógafoss is a waterfall situated in southern Iceland. According to Wikipedia, it was actually a sea cliff but with the coastline receded seaward, it became a waterfall that is easily accessible. The width of the waterfall is about 25m and the drop has a height of 60m.
We went to this waterfall because it was one of the stops of a local day tour of southern Iceland. Unfortunately the weather was not good and therefore we did not have a blue sky and more importantly, we could not see any rainbow (Because of the large water spray, it is easy to see rainbow on a sunny day) there. Also while it was not sunny, it was a summer day time. Without an ND filter with me, I couldn’t lower my shutter speed enough to take those silk-like waterfall pictures. It was really a pity.
Nevertheless, I still quite like this picture because of the green surroundings. It reminded me of a saying I heard in Iceland – Iceland is actually an island of Green while Greenland is an island of Ice.