I had a great phone call
tonight with Angie, a long time friend from my hometown, about old times and
photography. I haven’t talked with
her in a long time, but I’ve kept up on her photography via the Internet. She is a great portrait photographer
with a real eye for unique artistic work.
It was fun to catch up with her.
Tonight’s photo is of Skogarfoss, which is located on the southern coast of Iceland. MJ and I spent a long time at this site and our hotel room had a direct view of the waterfall. It is hard to describe this amazing waterfall and give any justice. It is 82 foot across and a 200-foot drop. The flow of water is very strong, but I can’t tell you how much flows per hour or minute. To give you some idea of size/scale, you can see a person standing in the front-right side of the falls if you look close. That person is probably a 100 feet away from the falls and still looks small.