This shot took two days to capture in the way that I wanted. Iceland is a challenging place to shoot during winter: overcast is near-constant and wind and snow prevail for much of the season. The first day at Goðafoss was characteristically dull and windy, but having found some great photographic angles I was determined to return. As luck would have it, the sun broke through for a few minutes on the following day and I was able to capture the scenes that I had hoped for. This particular image was a long exposure, shot with filters to force a long shutter speed and framed so the setting sunlight reflected off the rocks in the foreground while the waterfall raged in the background.