For the photographer there are endless motives for photographs.
At Thingvellir there are the cliffs in the rift valley, waterfall, fissures filled with water, lake and vegetation. The vegetation is specially colorful in the fall.
The erupting hot spring Strokkur is perhaps the most photographed natural object in Iceland, but it's never the same. The elements, the sky and the light always create different aesthetics, and the eruption is never the same. Photographers become tireless in getting the good picture of an eruption that happens about seven to ten minutes on average.
Gullfoss in it's grandness can be approached at many different angles and the qualities of light are ever different.