A craggy, 200-foot cliff traces Iceland’s southern coastline like a towering castle rampart looming over the country’s rugged, natural beauty.
The receding ocean exposed the formerly submerged shelf and waterfalls like Seljalandsfoss tumble over the cliff as glacial meltwater flows to the sea 3 miles away.
Explorers can walk behind Seljalandsfoss’s crashing falls, through its perpetual mist and lush green vegetation.
Below is a time lapse video from Seljalandsfoss. Stay tuned for photos from this natural beauty and be sure to view it in full screen.