Hraunfossar, Borgarfjordur, Iceland by Warren Krupsaw

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Rather than a single falls, Hraunfossar, in western Iceland is actually a series of waterfalls created by rivulets streaming out of a huge black lava field.

Easily accessible year round, we visited these majestic falls in both summer and winter. The aptly named falls (Hraun = Lava) reminded my wife of a piano keyboard. Utilizing my tripod-mounted Leicaflex SL-2 along with a 90mm lens, I concentrated on one area that I thought provided a balanced composition. An appropriately slow shutter speed (1/10 sec.) resulted in a silky blurring of the water.

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