The Hengifoss is the fourth highest waterfall in Iceland with a height of 118 m. In the lava background of the waterfall one finds reddish, grainy layers of clay, which are formed of volcanic ash (Tephra). The reddish color is obtained by the contained iron oxide.
September 6, 2017
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