Some waterfalls from around the world.
Waterfalls falling directly on Sandcut Beach near Sooke on Vancouver Island, Canada. Hiking in the Cameron Highlands of Malaysia where torrential rains had turned everything into rivers of red mud. But all that slogging through the mud had a reward at the end; the largest flower in the world, a giant Rafflesia.
A waterfall on our ‘Waterfalls Walk’ in the Antrim Glens, Ireland, UK.When we were in Wales one spring I experimented with trying to get longer exposures on a point and shoot. Here is Furnace Falls in Wales blurred by using longer exposure.The Janet Foss Waterfall on our Malham walk in the Yorkshire Dales of England also benefited from my attempts to get longer exposures.The light catches on a very small waterfall at Zion National Park in the American Southwest.Massive amounts of water at Iguazu Falls in northeast Argentina – you can feel the power all around you.
Hilltribe girl in Sapa at the waterfall in an indigo mood (Vietnam).
One of many cascades in the Parque Nacional within the city of Uruapan, Mexico.Not everyone wanted to go swimming in the pool under a waterfall in Khao Yai National Park, Thailand – but I did!Al and Eddy went swimming under the waterfall in Rincon Vieja, Costa Rica but I didn’t because I couldn’t figure how I would get out. Waterfall at the Sanctuary in Covadonga, Spain.
Standing under a waterfall with a red umbrella in Singapore Botanical Garden.More of the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Liquid.
What an amazing collection of brilliant waterfall shots.
Lovely series of waterfalls! And if you are allowed to bathe in them – great!
I’m a fairly strong swimmer but not the best at climbing down/up steep inclines because sometimes my knee goes out. I would have loved to gone swimming in the waterfall at Costa Rica; it was very hot and we had just done a long hike. Unfortunately all I could do was to sit wistfully at the top and watched the lads splashing about!
What fun! So may good shots here.