landscape, photo-of-the-day, photography, seasons, travel, world

Weekly Photo Challenge: scale

This weeks photo challenge at The Daily Post is called “scale”.


This photo is also taken from my current Iceland series.

You can see the waterfall Gullfoss. Look at the tiny busses, cars and people. Do you see them? There is a parking ground on the upper right corner and people are walking along the path down to the edge, where the water falls into the canyon and further to the other (bigger) cascade.

More on the fantastic landscapes of Iceland every Thursday.

Take care!



Take care!

(as always: click on the photos to see themΒ in a bigger size)

29 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: scale”

  1. I love Iceland!!! This looks different (very green) in your photo. Ours was all ice and freezing cold – we went in February! πŸ™‚

    1. This is summer, end of June. Thus, the colors must be different πŸ™‚
      Thanks for you comment, Belle.
      And, as I wrote, there is much more to come πŸ™‚ Stay tuned!

            1. Thanks for sharing, Belle.
              Aurora Borealis is still on my bucket list. It’s a long, long carried wish to see the aurora with my own eyes.

              1. My pleasure! We felt so bad we didn’t see it that time…it is very weather dependent. We will forever be chasing it until I check that off my bucket list too. πŸ™‚

    1. Thanks, Dina!
      Iceland isn’t great, it’s fantastic as I already wrote in one of my last posts. It’s a photographers heaven!
      Stay tuned, there are many more fanatic photos in the queue πŸ™‚

  2. Great depiction of the theme. Interesting coincidence: I was watching the new version of “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” today and saw Iceland and added it to my “must-sees”!

    1. I guess, I said it a few times already: yes, Iceland is a photographers dream. Bring lots of storage!
      Thanks, Renate!

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