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Another shot of my favourite place in Iceland; Glymur. This waterfall is the second highest in the country, and as you can see it is pretty impressive. The river falls around 700ft into a deep and enclosed chasm which makes it very difficult and dangerous to photograph at close quarters. It gives the appearance that the river is falling into a bottomless abyss from most angles.

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This is probably the most terrified I've ever been whilst out photographing, having my camera perched on a ledge above Iceland's second highest waterfall; Glymur.

I'm not scared of heights, yet was shaking like a leaf whilst stood precariously on the edge of this 650ft moss-clad chasm. I was more scared about my camera falling over than myself though haha.

This place is breathtaking and cannot be done justice in pictures, it really has to be seen to be believed. There are some really great drone videos on Youtube that really show off the scale and grandeur. It truly is an epic setting and, although it's a difficult decision, I'd probably rate it as my favourite place I've visited in Iceland. So far at least.......

Tags:   Glymur Iceland Waterfall Chasm Canyon Foss Glymurfoss Cascade

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I still have many images from my Iceland trip last month yet to upload. This otherworldly landscape was seen along the truly epic gravel road to Þakgil. Along this road I honestly felt like I was driving on another planet - around every bend was another breathtaking viewpoint and there were many strange rock formations and sulphuric smells along the route. This was one of the viewpoints along the track, looking across the Múlakvísl river and black sands towards the inselberg of Hjörleifshöfði in the distance.

Tags:   Hjörleifshöfði Seldalsbryr Múlakvísl Iceland South Iceland ísland

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Long Meg and her daughters stone circle is one of the biggest examples in the United Kingdom and is located in the Eden Valley of Cumbria. Long Meg is a 12ft monolith of red sandstone overlooking the circle comprised of her Daughters. This image shows Long Meg herself beneath the star-filled sky. I think the light pollution from the distant City of Carlisle worked in my favour to make the monolith stand out!

Tags:   Long Meg Long Meg and her Daughters Long Meg & her Daughters Long Meg Stone Circle Stone Circle Long Meg and her Daughters Stone Circle Long Meg & her Daughters Stone Circle Eden Valley Cumbria England United Kingdom Monolith Stars Night Star Photography Night Photography

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Sunrise this morning at Brothers Water in the Lake District. Winter is definitely setting in and there's a nice dusting of snow on the hills now. Hope it's here to stay a little while. This was taken at the southern end of Brothers Water looking up towards the Kirkstone Pass and the aptly named Red Screes which was illuminated in the first red light of the morning. The driftwood added a nice touch to the foreground too.

Tags:   Brothers Water Lake District Cumbria England United Kingdom Unesco Unesco World Heritage Site Red Screes Middle Dodd


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