Lytle Creek Bonita Falls and unnamed falls

Hiked to Bonita Falls in Lytle creek with my son. There are also 3 small caves there. If you climb up to the left of the falls you can see part of the upper falls which are 190′. Bonita is supposedly 160′. I have heard that Hummingbirds are present when the flowers bloom on the […]

Escondido Falls

This was an incredible hike! it was very crowded the day I went but it was well worth seeing the falls!! Whenever I saw pictures of the upper falls, i did not believe the true size, it looks much smaller in photos!! When we got to the lower falls, it was very fanned out with […]

Toorongo Falls – April 2011

On Sunday the 10th of April 2011, I packed up the photo gear into the car and made the trek to Noojee to photograph these iconic falls, taking in the surrounding landscape and the Noojee trestle bridge and other waterways also. I was not dissapointed. The river was in full flow. Normally I’d wade in […]

Amphitheatre Falls – April 2011

I recently, on the spur of the moment, packed up the car one morning with my photo gear and hit the road to Noojee and surrounding areas with the intention of photographing Toorongo and Amphitheatre falls and the Toorongo river. After recent rains, I was not dissapointed. Normally I’d wade into the flow to get […]

Blackstar Canyon – Hidden falls of Orange County

About a year ago, I was given a newspaper article describing these hidden falls in Orange County. The article itself did not specify the exact location, so I did some hunting online. Based on random websites and blogs, I managed to calculate the directions to this spot. Let me just say that this was NOT […]

Nojoqui Falls Is Just Beautiful!

I’ve been living in Santa Barbara for 3 1/2 years. A photographer friend of mine invited me to go with her to Nojoqui Falls one afternoon, so off we went! It was a beautiful day; not too hot. The hike to the waterfall is very easy and not too long. The base of the falls […]

San Antonio Falls With Snow

My wife and I are fairly new to visiting waterfalls, as we just started at the beginning of the year. We’ve been to several so far, and we love it! A few weeks ago we decided to check out San Antonio Falls. It had just snowed over the weekend, and for some reason I wasn’t […]

Driving up to the snow

Me and a friend were driving up through the 33 to see some snow because snow level had dropped a lot and hadn’t been in the snow for a few years so we went. He showed me a place where he got dropped off for a hike to go through Sespe Creek into Filmore, and […]

Forest Falls more than just Big Falls

There is a lot of unknown in the valley of the falls. First, when you turn off the hwy is the Monkey Face Falls with the profile rock of a monkey head. The falls is normally a trickle except for heavy rains and snow melt. The best part of Big Falls is going past the […]

Cascade d’Anglard

The Cascade d’Anglard is in France, in Auvergne region, at Besse-en-Chandesse. You can see it with a short hike of 20 min. The Waterfall is well-signed. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

2 Years Later

I visited Steavensons Falls on a recent photography excursion to the Marysville area in Jan 2011. Last time I was up this way the falls were closed to the public due to fire damage and the inherent dangers. Now they’re open, but lack some of the ferny green grandeur that they once had. 0 CommentsOnly […]

Tuross Falls in better flow

I had visited the area in 2003 only to find the river was almost dry. Yesterday, 16 Jan 2011, there was plenty of water flowing through the cascades and over the falls. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

Vettisfossen Cairn

Hello there, Have been admiring your site and the huge amount of waterfalls you and your wife have managed to tick off around the globe – very impressive, well done guys. My wife (Karen) and I enjoy getting our feet wet too and enjoyed many happy times in Yosemite a couple of years back. Last […]

Barron Falls

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Sol Duc Falls – Olympic National Park

After a short hike, I reached Sol Duc Falls in the heart of the Olympic National Park. It was the second week in July, and the weather was nice and sunny. Had it not been sunny, my picture would have been quite different. As it is, it has lots of highlights where the sun shown […]

Fitzroy Falls

There is a place southwest of Sydney called Southern Highlands. In Southern Highlands there is a famous waterfall called Fitzroy Falls. Fitzroy Falls is 81 metres high. It is surrounded by a valley. The falls fall onto some rocks and form a river that flows into the valley. You can view the falls from many […]

Rerekawau Falls

Went there with my teenagers and their friends recently. Amazing place. The lower falls pool is really deep. One of the boys jumped from the top, it was amazing. Recommend a visit 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

Visiting Waterfalls in Rochester

The Iroquois name for the Rochester area is Cas-con-sha-gon, meaning river with falls upon it.” The Genesee River has three waterfalls in Rochester as the river plunges over the Niagara escarpment. (There are four waterfalls if you count the Court Street dam.) Several more waterfalls were formed when streams entered the river gorge. There are […]

Coal Creek Falls, Runanga, Greymouth

Driving: About 8kms from Greymouth, including 7kms on SH6. Walking: About 1 hour return. Easy. Getting there: From Greymouth follow SH6 northwards to Runanga. Turn off into Seddon Street, and follow the signs to the end of Ballance Street, via Fraser Street. The parking area is at the and of Ballance Street. The path to […]

Rebounding Fall in Haast Pass

In March 2004 we were going from Wanaka towards Haast and stopped to visit the Blue Pools which were more of a muddy green at that time of the year. I was impressed by the number of small cairns built by previous visitors on a shingle bank in the river bed. As we climbed the […]