The 62m-high waterfall of Skógafoss (Iceland) topples over a rocky cliff at the western edge of Skógar in dramatic style. Climb the steep staircase alongside for giddying views downwards, or walk to the foot of the falls, shrouded in sheets of mist and rainbows... Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/iceland/skogar/sights/lakes-rivers-waterfalls/skogafoss#ixzz3J3HASOPc
Into the blue: Stunning images from within Iceland's tallest volcano
These ices caves temporarily form when flowing water melts a hole into a glacier. There aren’t many air bubbles in the ice and it’s really good about absorbing all light. Well… except for blue, which is why you see such an awesome hue in its frozen walls.