Don’t Go Chasing Tinkerbells – Iceland Waterfall Photos.
On the way to Hofn the Icelandic landscape got more unique with each mile we put on the car. We passed small towns, big shopping malls, little roadside stands selling hamburgers with egg on top, injured birds warily eying each car as they whizzed by (I moved a lot of these little guys off the road), towers of carefully constructed rock gardens, galloping horses, moon-like ground cover and this cool waterfall.
The waterfall is called Seljalandsfoss and if you’re driving the southern side of the island you can’t miss it. With nowhere in particular to be (the best part of long term travel!), we hopped out and trekked around a bit. It may not be the biggest or the most magnificient of Iceland’s waterfalls but you can walk behind it! Yah! So over craggy hills and muddy tracks we slipped and slid our way to the back of the falls.
It was perfect, everything was covered in a constant dew and a dense, spongy moss blanketed even the tiniest nooks. Remembering that 90% of Iceland’s residents believe in elves, I looked for fairies under every rock and water-laden leaf.
“I do believe in fairies, I do, I do!” I chanted. But still Tinkerbell decided not to say hi. Maybe next time she will.
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