Andrew Rhodes posted this photo of the Seljalandsfoss waterfall in south Iceland. He said:
The rock outcropping behind the falls lets you walk all the way around it, though you’ll get pretty wet in the process. The storm clouds made for an ominous, but beautiful, shot.
And he added:
I believe it’s fed by the ice cap on top of the volcano Eyjafjallajökull, which was the one that erupted back in 2011 and caused all the flight delays across Europe.
Thank you, Andrew!
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