Goðafoss is one of Iceland’s most spectacular waterfalls. The grandeur and mist that comes off these falls makes it quite difficult to photograph well, as water quickly builds up on any lens pointing at it in the lower reaches of the falls. Goðafoss translated means ‘waterfall of the gods’ and legend has it that Þorgeir threw idols of the norse gods into the falls after declaring Iceland’s official religion as Christianity.
There are three presentation options:
Standard Fine Art Print – 2400 square cm | Edition of 100. Signed, titled and numbered by Matt Palmer.
Large Fine Art Print – 5400 square cm | Edition of 10. Signed, titled and numbered by Matt Palmer.
Free-standing Acrylic Block – 1350 square cm | Edition of 10. Signed, titled and numbered on the back by Matt Palmer.
Each print comes with a white border to allow easy framing and signing. Prints are shipped unframed, you can organise framing for your print by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org