Dynjandi

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    • #423580
      Rob Eyers
      Participant

      Dynjandi is called the jewel of the west fjords. There are several waterfalls below this veil shaped waterfall. Here are a couple captured on the hike up.

      Dynjandi Waterfall - The West Fjords - Iceland

      Dynjandi Waterfall - The West Fjords - Iceland

    • #423581
      ElinL
      Participant

      Yess !!! My favorite waterfall of all, beautifully captured Rob ! Love both images equally.
      Think they are planning to build a hydroelectric power-plant that will inevitably destroy Dynjandi and a great number of beautiful waterfall above it. Idiots !

      • #423588
        Rob Eyers
        Participant

        Thank you so much Elin. It truly is a beautiful spot.

        To ruin it with development would be a crime. It really needs to be declared a national treasure. With so much geothermal in Iceland it makes no sense to jeopardize it.

    • #423594
      Robert Apple
      Moderator

      Nicely done Rob.

    • #423604
      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      Wow! I love the first image as it shows the whole scene. Beautiful colours as well Rob 🙂

    • #423610
      Gerald Murphy
      Participant

      Amazing shots. It must have been jaw dropping to see it let alone photograph it. Beautiful.

      • #423666
        Rob Eyers
        Participant

        Thanks Gerald. It truly is a spectacular place. The view from the top looking back down the fjord is nice too.

    • #423623
      Tersha
      Keymaster

      Wonderful Rob!

    • #423629
      Bruce Gordon
      Participant

      Fantastic images! I think the second is my favorite; the way the water texture differs from the upper fall to the lower. The touches of color really give the image depth and contrast. Beautifully captured! I hope the hike was great, as well!

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      • #423668
        Rob Eyers
        Participant

        Thanks Bruce.

        The hike was a pretty easy one with just a few steep sections. My mid 20’s daughter beat me to the top as usual though. My excuse was stopping to take photos but she’s not buying it.

        • #423699
          Bruce Gordon
          Participant

          Glad you had a good day with your daughter! Mine is 21, and I’m lucky she’s a ‘flatlander,’ so I have the advantage of being a bit more acclimated on our mountain hikes. Lol

    • #423635
      Patrick
      Participant

      Fantastic Picture Rob , the scale is so impressive you captured it so well.

      Congrats on another smashing photo ;).

      • #423669
        Rob Eyers
        Participant

        Thank you Patrick.

        There are a few people in the top image but they’re so small it’s hard to see them in the wider image. Maybe I’ll do a cropped version where that’s more obvious.

    • #423670
      Rob Eyers
      Participant

      Here is a cropped version to show scale. The two figures are easier to see in this version. One is on the cliff below Dynjandi and the other figure is to the right of the second falls.

      Dynjandi Waterfall - The West Fjords - Iceland

    • #423672
      Rob Eyers
      Participant

      Two more to give you a sense of the place.

      A view from the top looking back.

      Dynjandi Waterfall - View from the top - Iceland

      Dynjandi from a different angle.

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      • #424054
        Dahlia Ambrose
        Keymaster

        The colours are amazing Rob. Must have felt great to be there 🙂

    • #423677
      Kent DuFault
      Participant

      They’re all wonderful! You have too many fantastic shots of Iceland to pick a favorite, Rob!

    • #423700
      Tom M
      Participant

      What Kent said,Rob. Excellent…

       

    • #423967
      beth
      Participant

      nice shots of the falls!

    • #423986
      Graham Hart
      Participant

      These are simply amazing shots Rob. What I like most about them, apart from the stunning beauty of the landscape is how the images show the two different amounts of ‘silky-ness’ between the upper, shorter fall of water and the lower, longer fall and then the babbling water at the bottom. The second pic in particular grabs me for this reason. Should be in every text book about the silky water effect 🙂

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