No Fun Photo Friday today. We have too much to cover. But I do have for you that promised video at the end of today’s article.
It is this canyon into which the river makes an impressive multi-step drop — 36 feet/11 meters, 69 feet/21 meters, and finally a spectacular plunge of 105 feet/32 meters. This is Gullfoss (Golden Falls):
On average the amount of water cascading through Gullfoss in summer is 4,900 cubic feet/140 cubic meters per second!
But the record flood amount for Gullfoss was 71,000 cubic feet/2,000 cubic meters per second.
Now, as promised, here is a one-minute seventeen-second video not only of Gullfoss, but of a Strokkur Geysir eruption as well: