Hengifoss, created by the Hengifossá river running to Lake Lagarfljót, in East Iceland. As is evident from the photo, the waterfall is remarkable for its multiple red strata, which result from layers rich in clay and iron.

Getting this close to it requires visitors to tackle a somewhat lengthy slope (2 km, I'd guess) from the crowded parking lot, which fortunately not all tourists take all the way.

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