A Place Without a Postcard

Sigöldufoss, southwestern Iceland. (Camera: Olympus OM-PC; Lens: Olympus Zuiko 135mm; Film: Fuji Provia 100F)

It says something about the extravagant beauty of Iceland that a waterfall as picturesque as this one is so common it doesn’t even have a proper name.  According to my Icelandic friend, Martina, most locals refer to it as Sigöldufoss, since it lies near a hill called Sigalda. Makes sense. It was a year ago that I visited Iceland. I’ve been missing the place ever since.  Spectacular sights like this are only one reason.

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