Glymur, the destination of our hike near Hvalfjörður, is thought to be Iceland's tallest waterfall at 198 meters. A brief storm turned us back before we had reached this point, but that storm's retreat and our desire to see this great precipice compelled us to resume the trek. As soon as we reached this overlook, a second storm wave rolled over us. Look into rather than at this image, and you'll see the falling snow along with several northern fulmars, the sea birds that fly circles inside this narrow canyon. Photo © copyright by Greg Owens.