Millaa Millaa Falls

Millaa Millaa Falls is on the Atherton Tablelands west of Cairns. It is a plunge waterfall with a single 18m drop. It falls into a big pond which is ideal for swimming and then flows into a creek. It is easy to either walk or swim so that you are behind the waterfall. The falls […]

Northern Arkansas, Buffalo River Area Waterfalls

As a prior resident of Arkansas, I’ve had the opportunity to visit quite a few waterfalls from Tim Ernst’s Arkansas Waterfalls book. This is definitely an area worth visiting, especially the beautiful blue water of the Buffalo River, which was a very unexpected beauty. I’ve attached a few images of some other waterfalls in this […]

“Someday Falls”

This li’l gem is tucked away ina tributary of the San Gabriel River, that comes in on tha L side ifyur comin upstream, R ifyur comin down, approx 1mi downstream from B2N. Not givin the xact coordinates. Ifu can’t findit w/that “hint”, it’s prolly NOT tha waterfall 4u! :p Notta “rager” by any stretch, but […]

Pelverata and Snug Falls

A couple of pictures from Snug and Pelverata Falls in Tasmania after some good rain. Both falls were spectacular, especially Pelverata. I have visited both of these falls many times, but never with this much water flowing.

Taor springs and waterfalls, Serbia

What do you think about my long exposure time lapse video about Taor springs in Serbia?

Walcher Waterfall (Austria)

The beautiful Walcher waterfall for some reason does not receive a lot of publicity and yet it is one of the tallest in Austria. The Walcherbach stream cascades down the mountain in five main falls for about 520 meters. It is situated near the village of Ferleiten near the toll booths to the Grossglockner High […]

El Aguacero (Chiapas, Mexico)

This is my favourite waterfall to play around and have fun! It’s located at about 1hr drive to the west of Tuxtla Gutiérrez in Chiapas, Mexico. From the car park, you first need to climb down stairs (700+ steps) to the bottom of the canyon and to the river (La Venta). The water was rather […]

Etiwanda Falls Should Be a Solid 2 On the Ratings Scale

My wife and I visited Etiwanda Falls on the first day of spring and we were pleasantly surprised by the beauty of the canyon (once you get up into it). We braved the descent to the (almost) bottom of the falls (she’s a trooper). It is a strenuous scramble, but from here you get a […]

Tiu Teja Waterfall, Hidden Paradise in Lombok

Tiu Teja Waterfall is one of many waterfalls in lombok island, Indonesia. It is located at santong village, north lombok regency. It is about two hours trip from mataram. The Waterfall location is hidden in the middle of the forest. So you’ll need to take a walk to the location from the gate of waterfall […]

Lombok Waterfall Part 2 – Umar Maya

Located at Biloq Petung Village, Sembalun, Lombok Island – Indonesia. The blue water is so tempting,and it’s also the best waterfall spot jump so far. The height of the waterfall is only 8 meters, but we can jump from the top of waterfall in 10 meters high. Try to get it here, there will be […]

Lombok Waterfall Part 1 – Temponan Saong

Lombok is a small beauty Island in Indonesia side by side with Bali. 40% land of Lombok is dominated by highland and offcourse the highest active mountain Indonesia, Rinjani. Recording to Frank Levigne from Sorborne University, this mountain had an Super eruption in 1257, and the material throw up until antartica. So if true, it’s […]

Drift Creek Falls, Lincoln City, Oregon, USA

Hi, Thankfully found your site from a blogger while planning a trip to Iceland. Figured we’d see where all you have been and if you had been to Oregon. We live in Lincoln City, Oregon and note that Drift Creek Falls (a hike at the edge of town) was not seen on your Oregon Coast […]

secret (unnamed) kauai waterfall (to the left off Waimea Canyon road, just a few miles south of the Waimea Canyon lookout itself)

I saw this small but GORGEOUS waterfall from the highway on the way to Waimea Canyon and I just had to stop. It is so picture perfect I thought it must be man made at first, and was expecting to see a house or resort or something nearby but nope, nothing. There is a pull […]

Golling Waterfall (Austria)

The lovely Golling waterfall is set amidst pine trees and plunges 75 metres in 2 drops. It is located not far from the city of Salzburg near the village of Golling an der Salzach. You have to pay to view the fall but it is not expensive. From the car park it is a pleasant […]

Quaile Falls

We visited Quaile Falls last week (31/10/2015). As you mentioned on the Champagne Falls page, it is on private land, and access is not technically allowed unless you ask permission. We didn’t know who to ask permission from, so we decided to check it out and see what happened, although we figured that if they […]

Photo from Carisbrook Falls base

It is possible to get to the base of the waterfall. Near the start of the path to the platform, there is a path to the left which ends at the creek, after that you travel along the banks on which ever side looks easier. You will have to cross the creek a few times […]

Montezuma Falls History

Just an update for you on Montezuma Falls Tasmania. The track below the waterfall was once a railway line used to haul ore from the Williamsford mine. Historically interesting because it operated the worlds first Garratt articulated steam locomotives. Hope that’s of interest even though your focus is the waterfalls.

Shoshone Falls Valentines Day 2015

Valentines Day of 2105 Shoshone Falls had 32,000 feet per sec running for a spectacular water showing. The falls were fierce as the water spray. Waiting for a nice clean shot with less water spray was hard to do. These two show show the falls close up. A circular polarizer was used to control the […]

Ofaerufoss in 1965

It took us a one-day, 25-mile round-trip walk to see Ofarufoss, in the days that the bridge still existed. Back at home, a picture of it published in the local press led to a part-time income which has lasted the rest of my life. Back in 1965, my first wife and I, then aged around […]

Jump Creek after the Soda fires

In July and August the Soda fires burned over 300,000 acres from Jordan valley to Marsing Idaho. One of the areas I visit as a photographer is Jump Creek Falls outside of Marsing. I thought it was spectacular that the trees survived the fires that follow the Canyon and the Fall colors show through brilliantly.