After our stay in Flókalundur, we drove up the west coast to Ísafjörður. On our way, we passed by this roadside sculpture. I don't know what it is meant to represent, but I found it intriguing.
The clouds came down to touch the mountains as we drove north.
We drove through the clouds high on a mountain road . . . it looks like the world ends just beyond that bit of road.
There were also a number of interesting plants along the hike up to the top of the waterfall. These little puffballs were all over Iceland, creating drifts of white in the fields. Apparently, this is Eriophorum scheuchzeri (Scheuchzer's cottongrass).
Look at all the different colors of lichen and moss on this rock!
The Icelandic plants are fragile, and tourists trampling on them can damage the ecosystem. These signs and rope barriers protected the native flora from those of us hiking up the Dynjandi waterfall.
Next up: Ísafjörður