© 2020 Malcolm Thornton
Reynisdrangar are the remains of large and imposing basalt sea cliffs that shoot dramatically out of the ocean, under the looming cliffs of Mt. Reynisfjall, and just off of Reynisfjara black sand beach on the South Coast of Iceland by the village of Vík.
Just before the entrance to the Magma Hotel on Meðallandsvegur Road, I viewed this beautiful Sunset shining down onto the village of Kirkjubæjarklaustur at the base of the hillside. There was nobody around, so I was able to get out of the car and setup my gear to capture this image. www.magmahotel.is
Gljúfrafoss waterfall, in South Iceland, is often overlooked by most travellers as the 40 metre (131 feet) high waterfall is hidden behind a considerable cliff. The waterfall is accessible only by wading through the Gljúfurá stream, through a cleft in the cliff wall, into a small enclosed carvern. You will get wet, but its worth the view.