Throughout out trip we often referred these falls as ‘sell ya land foss’ mainly because I suck at pronouncing anything Icelandic. These falls are seen from the road and down the path is Gljúfrabúi Falls.
These were definitely my favourite falls in Iceland; mainly because you can walk in behind the falls and get very close to the base. So close even my camera stopped working because of the volume of water that was settling on it. -Bring a water casing if you are going on a windy day- The day that we visited Seljalandsfoss was absolutely beautiful, it was windy but with plus 10 degrees and sunshine every time we were soaked by a waterfall we would lounge in the sun and dry right up! (Luckily for my camera)
It was so windy in fact we weren’t even behind the waterfall when my camera started seizing up. So naturally I took off my rain jacket to protect my camera and was soaked head to toe.
Once we were behind the waterfall there is a tiny path to the base. I didn’t want to risk my camera anymore than it should but the image above is the ONLY photo that was taken at the bottom and I love it so much.