There is a special place in Iceland where water fall lovers converge. That place is Skógafoss, where water falls nearly two-hundred feet down to the black rocks below.
From there the river makes a beeline for the sea. On its way it takes everything in its path with it.
Many intrepid photographers have braved the icy cold water to get the perfect shot while standing in water so cold it may as well have been ice.
I was not one of them, preferring to stay on the black sand and capture the magnificence of the waterfall alone, safe, and somewhat dry.
A ledge nearby was the perfect place to sit, sip my coffee and enjoy the view.