There are many sea stacks by the shoreline in Iceland of all kinds of shape and sizes. Hvítserkur is placed in the northwest region and is probably one of the most interesting ones. For photography, the difference between high and low tice makes a big difference. On a low tide, you have a lot of flexibility walking around the figure, but when the tide is high, you need to stay on the shore, and the stack stands out from the ocean. My recommendation for a maximum result for photography is to visit the stack on a low tide.