The edge of volcanic mountains like this seems to be a strange place to find a waterfall as large as this one…but then again maybe not if you remember that many of the volcanos in Iceland are covered by glacial ice and snow. Here, Seljalandfoss waterfall plummets forty meters off the side of the volcanic rock leading to Mt. Eyjafjallajökull glacier and volcano. As you can see in the Winter a lot of the water freezes at the top. I’d love to see what this waterfall is like during the Spring months… Next time.