In my post about Skógafoss, I mentioned that I spent a few tedious hours in Photoshop cloning out tourists. This led to some questions from my friend Duncan about the time I put in to remove the tourists, which in turn put it into my head to upload this. There really were a million of us tourists all over the place. :p
I don’t have too much to report about Skógafoss as our group only stopped for 20 minutes on our way back to Reykjavik from Sólheimajökull. My impressions were dominated by the impressive scale of the scenery, desolate landscape and million-odd other tourists. I spent two hours between these three photographs cloning out other visitors to the waterfall.
While I know it’ll take a bit of planning, I hope to visit again next summer when I hike the Laugavegur trail.
What’s a mountain for except a quick selfie? Taken on Croagh Patrick in Mayo, October 27 2018.
Taken at Keem Beach, Achill Co. Mayo