Glymur

Glymur Foss From a daytrip on October 27. Glymur Foss is the tallest waterfall in Iceland (196 meters/643 feet). Learn more about Glymur, get hiking tips, and see more pictures from my April 2014 hike up to the falls.

Glymur Foss

Glymur Foss

Glymur Foss

Glymur

Glymur

Glymur

Glymur

Glymur

All photos in this post are scans of unedited film shots taken by me with a Canon EOS Rebel 2000 (thanks for lending me the camera mom!)

14 thoughts on “Glymur

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  2. It is amazing seeing the waterfall being partly ICE. I have been there in the summer, and Glymur was impressive enough, but this is great.
    Have you been to Dynjandi? A smaller waterfall, yet none the less impressive, and right in one of those western fjords.
    Very nice blog you have, by the way. I enjoy the photos a lot!

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    • Thanks 🙂 It’s a Canon Rebel 2000 SLR. These are scans of 400 iso film that I get developed at a shop here. I’ve been editing somewhat with photoshop, but not on any of these pictures. They are straight from the camera. I usually use a Canon Rebel Txi dSLR, but it was broken, so I started using my mom’s old film camera she used when I was a kid. I’m in love. My dSLR is fixed now, but I think I’m going to be shooting a lot more film. This was my first roll.

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