Le pont romain.
Kirjufell mountain and the nearby waterfall are probably in the top 10 list of the most photographed landscape feature of Iceland. In this photo, I have taken a slightly different approach - emphasising the waterfall in the foreground and leaving the beauty of the mountain and the sunrise just as a soft and dreamy impression.
The photo was taken in July 2013 during a wonderful trip to Iceland very early in the morning. Camera 5d MKIII, three exposures (6s, 20s, 30s) at 16mm f/2.8 (lens: Canon 16-35 2.8F). HDR processing with Photomatix and further cropping and post processing with Lightroom. The background was already a bit soft in the raw photos, but the effect was emphasised further by Lightroom processing.
A beautiful Advent to you all my very dear G+ friends!
Een foto die ik afgelopen weekend nam. Een wandeling om ons dorp, prachtig weer en al heel veel vlinders. Prachtig!
A photo I took last weekend. A walk around our village, beautiful weather and very many butterflies. Gorgeous!
Camera: Canon EOS 650d
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