Háifoss is one of the great Icelandic waterfalls and plunges with its neighbor the Granni over 100 meters into the depth. Here in the backlight, you can see only the spray of the Granni, which keeps moving into the valley and offered me a wonderful contrast to the dark rock walls of the valley basin.
From above you can see the waterfall in different perspectives. Following, for example, with the Háifoss on the right and and behind the rocky outcrop hidden the Granni:
But I also love the condensed image in the square, which focuses on the black or moss-covered rock walls and the spray of the Granni.