As the Skoga River approaches the coast it drops 200 feet off the cliffs which were once the southern shoreline of Iceland, the coast is now about 3 miles south. As with many waterfalls in Iceland you can get quite close to the falls either by walking along the river or taking the steps to the top. Approaching the waterfall I noticed areas of grass to the side and headed in that direction to capture the waterfall. Being just a couple of hours from Reykjavik this is a popular place to visit but it is hard to tell that by using the field as a foreground element.
Prints: Skogafoss Waterfall