In this review I'm going to write about clothing, camera settings, the fox, and 3 ideas.
First of all, I need to say that this is the most amazing thing I've done in Iceland! I do not have enough adjectives to describe the magnificence and beauty of this place. I want to do this again some time later. I regret we didn't have more time down there - it was really only 30 minutes at the bottom (+7 to descend, and +7 to ascend). I was not ready to go when we were called.
Clothes: you'll need your best outdoor clothing, waterproof and windproof. They're putting up a path right now. Hiking boots are a must.
Camera settings: if you have a bright lens (f/2.8) and good high ISO (1600 ok), you can shoot handheld. A flash can be interesting for your foreground, but not necessary. Silhouettes are great as well. Important - some cloth to wipe your lens often. It's dripping all the time in the vault.
The arctic fox: there's a female fox around all the time. We were allowed to give her from our sandwiches, but no sweets! They don't do her good. Her name is Funi.
3 ideas: this is a great place where to get engaged, get married, or sing an aria (the acoustics inside are wonderful)
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