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Gullfoss - Frosen waterfall
Gullfoss - Frosen waterfall Gullfoss is in the river Hvítá (engl. white river), which has its origin in the glacier lake Hvítávatn (engl. white river lake) at Lángjökull glacier about 40km north of Gullfoss. Glacial water is brownish, since it carries lots of sediments that the glacial ice has carved off the earth. Gullfoss is called the "Golden Falls", since on a sunny day the water plunging down the three step staircase and then tumbeling in two steps down into the 32 m deep crevice truly looks golden.
Dynjandi Waterfall
Dynjandi Waterfall Dynjandi (also known as Fjallfoss) is a series of waterfalls located in the Westfjords (Vestfirðir), Iceland. The waterfalls have a cumulative height of 100 metres (330 ft)
Northern lights over Fögrufossar (Lekafossar, Hrauneyjafossar)
Northern lights over Fögrufossar (Lekafossar, Hrauneyjafossar) The canyon Sigöldugil used to be filled by the river Tungnaá. Most of the water from the lake Krókslón is now forced into conducts to the power plant. But the canyon is still there for our pleasure and the overflow of Krókslón lake. I have heard three names on thease waterfalls, Fögrufossar, Hrauneyjafossar and Lekafossar. Which one is right I‘m not shure of. Perhaps they are all right
Fögrufossar (Lekafossar, Hrauneyjafossar) in Sigöldugili (Wate
Fögrufossar (Lekafossar, Hrauneyjafossar) in Sigöldugili (Wate The canyon Sigöldugil used to be filled by the river Tungnaá. Most of the water from the lake Krókslón is now forced into conducts to the power plant. But the canyon is still there for our pleasure and the overflow of Krókslón lake. I have heard three names on thease waterfalls, Fögrufossar, Hrauneyjafossar and Lekafossar. Which one is right I‘m not shure of. Perhaps they are all right
Sunrise at Fögrufossar (Lekafossar, Hrauneyjafossar) in Sigöld
Sunrise at Fögrufossar (Lekafossar, Hrauneyjafossar) in Sigöld The canyon Sigöldugil used to be filled by the river Tungnaá. Most of the water from the lake Krókslón is now forced into conducts to the power plant. But the canyon is still there for our pleasure and the overflow of Krókslón lake. I have heard three names on thease waterfalls, Fögrufossar, Hrauneyjafossar and Lekafossar. Which one is right I‘m not shure of. Perhaps they are all right
Fögrufossar (Lekafossar, Hrauneyjafossar) in Sigöldugili (Wate
Fögrufossar (Lekafossar, Hrauneyjafossar) in Sigöldugili (Wate The canyon Sigöldugil used to be filled by the river Tungnaá. Most of the water from the lake Krókslón is now forced into conducts to the power plant. But the canyon is still there for our pleasure and the overflow of Krókslón lake. I have heard three names on thease waterfalls, Fögrufossar, Hrauneyjafossar and Lekafossar. Which one is right I‘m not shure of. Perhaps they are all right
Foss Waterfal in Fossdalur - Westfjords
Foss Waterfal in Fossdalur - Westfjords Foss Waterfal in Fossdalur situated in Fossfjörður a small fjord in Suðurfirðir - Westfjords - Iceland
Gluggafoss (also known as Merkjárfoss)
Gluggafoss (also known as Merkjárfoss) The Merkjá River has several beautiful waterfalls, but the most outstanding is Gluggafoss or Window Falls. (also known as Merkjárfoss) The upper half of the cliff is palagonite or tuff rock and the lower ledge is basalt. The river has formed tunnels and grooves through the soft rock and a series of 'windows' in the tunnels, thereby earning the name 'Gluggafoss'. At the very top of the falls, the river passes under a stone arch. As the rock is rather soft, the waterfall has changed over time. Around 1947 the upper half of the waterfall could hardly be seen, as the water flowed into a vertical tunnel behind the cliff. It was only visible through three different openings or 'windows' one above the other. The water came out through the bottom 'window', forming a beautiful arch, except when the water rose in the river, forcing it through all three windows. Further changes occurred when Hekla erupted in 1947, causing a 20 cm thick layer of volcanic ash to be carried downstream by the river. The vertical tunnel formation nearly disappeared as it filled with ash. It has taken nearly 50 years for the falls to return to its former glory. The Merkjá falls down a cliff that formed part of the Icelandic coast just after the last ice age.
Big waterfall falling, canyon and landscape in autumn color
Big waterfall falling, canyon and landscape in autumn color The great waterfall Gullfoss in autumn colors
Ice Cold Waterfall
Ice Cold Waterfall Ice Cold Waterfall – Brúarárfoss - Iceland