Near the southern coast of Iceland are a number of beautiful waterfalls, including Seljalandsfoss. With a two hundred foot drop and a narrow cascade, it is not as large or as powerful as some of its neighbors, but it has one very unique feature: a cutaway behind the falling water large enough to create a pathway. Intrepid explorers, like those captured here by an unknown photographer, may hike down to the foot of the waterfall and walk all the way around it.
Seljalandsfoss, Iceland - Ooh neat, I've been there! :D Walked behind the slippery rocks of these falls, but my images were nowhere near as lovely as this. It was a pretty cold, grey, rainy day when I visited this spot. Nice to see it looking happy.