Seljalandsfoss Sunset

Category: Outdoor Scenes


Photo and caption by Pascal Bovet

This was really THE shot I wanted to capture in Iceland. It turned out the one gets really wet when walking behind the waterfall and you really have to hurry with your shot. In less than half a minute the lens is full of little drops which destroy the image. Setup the tripod and the camera, composing, adjusting settings and shooting. Staying behind the waterfall for 30 minutes is really a torture to all your equipment. The lens and the camera really got wet (they have never been that wet before) but luckily everything still worked well after the shot. The outcome was really worth the effort.

Location: Seljalandsfoss, Iceland


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