I couldn’t resist revisiting one of the most photogenic countries in the world for this one: Iceland. Iceland’s landscape is constantly on the move; millions of litres of water pour down from the glaciers every day and carve away the land, shifting bedrock re-routes rivers overnight, volcanoes create and destroy the shape of the landscape, as the deep tides miles beneath the earth slowly but surely pull the country apart (most noticeably at Þingvellir, where you can stand in North America and Eurasia at the same time, geologically speaking).
This is Goðafoss, located in Iceland’s north near Akureyri. Goðafoss is a spectacular example of the power of water, as it thunders down from the glacier to the sea. Persistence, teamwork, patience; one glass of water tipped over the land does little, but band together and keep at it at it at it, and we can be part of a waterfall creating change too.