Seljalandsfoss in southern Iceland, shot with a Hoya NDX400 filter.
Skogafoss is easily accessible, located just next to route 1, the main ring road around Iceland. It’s also one of the largest waterfalls in the country, and is therefore also one of the most photographed! I got there quite late in the day, and since it was a cloudy day the light was fading fast. I decided to shoot a long exposure shot in order to blur the waterfall and river in the foreground, using a Hoya NDX400 filter (9 stop filter). This also gives the shot a slightly blue and darker hue, which I always think gives a kind of sad or mysterious atmosphere.