Folaldafoss, Iceland
July 28, 2014

This is the seventh of twenty locations in Southern Iceland that are in my forthcoming guide "A Landscape Photographer's Tour of Southern Iceland" and this series of blog posts are to whet your appetite for Iceland as a photographic destination. The guide provides the same kinds of information my UK guides provide, including maps, 360 degree interactive panoramic photographs, directions, and more.

Folaldafoss literally means the foal waterfall. It is situated in the far East of Iceland, at the start of the Öxi mountain pass if travelling from the South.

Folaldafoss, Iceland

The waterfall is one of a number of waterfalls along the river Berufjarðará but is the last waterfall before the river meets the Berufjörður fjord. Folaldafoss is a long way from the popular waterfalls of the tourist route along the South coast of Iceland but is worth the effort of travelling there.

Folaldafoss, Iceland

The photographs in this blog post are actually frames from video taken with a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera. I hope to have a short video of the locations available soon.

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