Nature’s pool of true-blue cyan. To see it in person is a privilege. Þjófafoss, or Thjofafoss in English, is the epitome of ethereal beauty. Only via a 4×4 jeep is ingress to this site possible. Once on foot, I totter along the gravel-laden road to get to the vantage point. Þjófafoss is an extension of the 230-km Þjórsá, Iceland’s longest river. The river itself runs from the glacier Hofsjökull, winding through gorges along its way. It now powers a hydroelectric station — as such the gush at Þjófafoss will never again be as mighty as it once was.