Unlike yesterday I woke up this morning once again excited to hit the road. The only downside to my awakening was the realization that I only had two and half days left in this wondrous place. I was determined to make my last couple of days count, so I headed off onto the road after enjoying one of the quick Icelandic breakfasts I’d come to love so well. My first stop was Skogafoss, a waterfall that my hostess from the night before had recommended as a must see. To be honest, my first impression was less awestruck at the beauty of the waterfall and more confusion as to why there were people everywhere. However, I still greatly enjoyed the waterfall, although the stairs to the top were killer! I was starting to really get the hang of this whole “photography” thing, I felt, and it was a lot of fun to test out different ideas I had in presenting the beauty of Skogafoss. Imagine my delight when I found the perfect opportunity to catch the reflection of the waterfall in a puddle just as I was driving away! Overall, in spite of the glut of people that I was no longer accustomed to, I still had a fun time at this particular waterfall.