Gullfoss is the most famous of the many beautiful waterfalls on Iceland. It consists of two falls, the first 9 m and the second 17 m high (I think), set at almost 90 degrees angle to each other. The dot on top of the cliff to the left is actually two persons looking at the waterfall, which should give some sense of scale. The reason for the waterfall being so fuzzy is all the mist rising up as a curtain in front of the waterfall.