RMFEP8KHAug. 1, 2015 - BáRðArdalur District, North-Central Iceland, Iceland - A female tourist photographs the horseshoe-shaped double waterfall of famed Goðafoss from its west bank. One of the most spectacular and beautiful waterfalls in Iceland, on the river Skjálfandafljót, its name Waterfall of the Gods is from the legend of then Lawspeaker Porgeir throwing his Norse god statues into the falls in a symbolic act of the conversion of Iceland to Christianity in the year 1000. Tourism has become a growing sector of the economy and Iceland has become a favorite tourist destination. (Credit Image:
RF2A7R8XMOne of my favorite evenings and waterfalls in Iceland. The sunset at the amazing Bruarfoss. Such a beautiful landscape...
RMFERGFJAug. 1, 2015 - BáRðArdalur District, North-Central Iceland, Iceland - A section of the horseshoe-shaped double waterfall of famed Goðafoss viewed from its west bank. One of the most spectacular and beautiful waterfalls in Iceland, on the river Skjálfandafljót, its name Waterfall of the Gods is from the legend of then Lawspeaker Porgeir throwing his Norse god statues into the falls in a symbolic act of the conversion of Iceland to Christianity in the year 1000. Tourism has become a growing sector of the economy and Iceland has become a favorite tourist destination. (Credit Image: © Arnold
RMFEP8KEAug. 1, 2015 - BáRðArdalur District, North-Central Iceland, Iceland - A male tourist photographs the horseshoe-shaped double waterfall of famed Goðafoss from its west bank. One of the most spectacular and beautiful waterfalls in Iceland, on the river Skjálfandafljót, its name Waterfall of the Gods is from the legend of then Lawspeaker Porgeir throwing his Norse god statues into the falls in a symbolic act of the conversion of Iceland to Christianity in the year 1000. Tourism has become a growing sector of the economy and Iceland has become a favorite tourist destination. (Credit Image: ©
RMFEP8K8Aug. 1, 2015 - BáRðArdalur District, North-Central Iceland, Iceland - A young woman tourist photographs another at the horseshoe-shaped double waterfall of famed Goðafoss from its west bank. One of the most spectacular and beautiful waterfalls in Iceland, on the river Skjálfandafljót, its name Waterfall of the Gods is from the legend of then Lawspeaker Porgeir throwing his Norse god statues into the falls in a symbolic act of the conversion of Iceland to Christianity in the year 1000. Tourism has become a growing sector of the economy and Iceland has become a favorite tourist destination.
RMFEP8K0Aug. 1, 2015 - BáRðArdalur District, North-Central Iceland, Iceland - Three tourists view the horseshoe-shaped double waterfall of famed Goðafoss from its west bank. One of the most spectacular and beautiful waterfalls in Iceland, on the river Skjálfandafljót, its name Waterfall of the Gods is from the legend of then Lawspeaker Porgeir throwing his Norse god statues into the falls in a symbolic act of the conversion of Iceland to Christianity in the year 1000. Tourism has become a growing sector of the economy and Iceland has become a favorite tourist destination. (Credit Image: © Arnold
RMFERDP7Aug. 1, 2015 - BáRðArdalur District, North-Central Iceland, Iceland - The information signboard for visitors describing famed Goðafoss, one of the most spectacular and beautiful waterfalls in Iceland, on the river Skjálfandafljót. Known as Waterfall of the Gods from the legend of then Lawspeaker Porgeir throwing his Norse god statues into the falls in a symbolic act of the conversion of Iceland to Christianity in the year 1000. Tourism has become a growing sector of the economy and Iceland has become a favorite tourist destination. © Arnold Drapkin/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
RMFERGGHAug. 1, 2015 - BáRðArdalur District, North-Central Iceland, Iceland - A section of the horseshoe-shaped double waterfall of famed Goðafoss viewed from its west bank. One of the most spectacular and beautiful waterfalls in Iceland, on the river Skjálfandafljót, its name Waterfall of the Gods is from the legend of then Lawspeaker Porgeir throwing his Norse god statues into the falls in a symbolic act of the conversion of Iceland to Christianity in the year 1000. Tourism has become a growing sector of the economy and Iceland has become a favorite tourist destination. (Credit Image: © Arnold
RMFERGFEAug. 1, 2015 - BáRðArdalur District, North-Central Iceland, Iceland - A section of the horseshoe-shaped double waterfall of famed Goðafoss viewed from its west bank. One of the most spectacular and beautiful waterfalls in Iceland, on the river Skjálfandafljót, its name Waterfall of the Gods is from the legend of then Lawspeaker Porgeir throwing his Norse god statues into the falls in a symbolic act of the conversion of Iceland to Christianity in the year 1000. Tourism has become a growing sector of the economy and Iceland has become a favorite tourist destination. (Credit Image: © Arnold
RMFERGEEAug. 1, 2015 - BáRðArdalur District, North-Central Iceland, Iceland - Tourists view the horseshoe-shaped double waterfall of famed Goðafoss from a rocky promontory on its west bank. One of the most spectacular and beautiful waterfalls in Iceland, on the river Skjálfandafljót, its name Waterfall of the Gods is from the legend of then Lawspeaker Porgeir throwing his Norse god statues into the falls in a symbolic act of the conversion of Iceland to Christianity in the year 1000. Tourism has become a growing sector of the economy and Iceland has become a favorite tourist destination. (Credit
RMFERDPHAug. 1, 2015 - BáRðArdalur District, North-Central Iceland, Iceland - Tourists view the horseshoe-shaped double waterfall of famed Goðafoss from a rocky promontory on its west bank. One of the most spectacular and beautiful waterfalls in Iceland, on the river Skjálfandafljót, its name Waterfall of the Gods is from the legend of then Lawspeaker Porgeir throwing his Norse god statues into the falls in a symbolic act of the conversion of Iceland to Christianity in the year 1000. Tourism has become a growing sector of the economy and Iceland has become a favorite tourist destination. (Credit
RMFEP8K1Aug. 1, 2015 - BáRðArdalur District, North-Central Iceland, Iceland - A group of tourists view the horseshoe-shaped double waterfall of famed Goðafoss from its west bank. One of the most spectacular and beautiful waterfalls in Iceland, on the river Skjálfandafljót, its name Waterfall of the Gods is from the legend of then Lawspeaker Porgeir throwing his Norse god statues into the falls in a symbolic act of the conversion of Iceland to Christianity in the year 1000. Tourism has become a growing sector of the economy and Iceland has become a favorite tourist destination. (Credit Image: © Ar