Iceland's Highlands are home to numerous waterfalls, many of which are unnamed or lesser-known. These waterfalls often form from glacial rivers and are surrounded by rugged and dramatic landscapes. The presence of moss-covered volcanic terrain and glaciers in the area contributes to the unique and surreal beauty of the Highland waterfalls. Bláfjallafoss, like many other highland waterfalls, offers a unique and secluded experience, making it a great place to capture interesting shots of the falls ensuring the water's movement is visible without it becoming a complete white blur... - Bláfjallafoss, Southern Highlands, Iceland
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