In the Mahé Island. Stunning location.
In the Mahé Island, close to Port Glaud. A waterfall without an easy point to be entirely seen but that shows the different amount of water flowing before and after heavy rains. First shot was taken 3 days after second.
In Mahé Island. See Islette Waterfall to appreciate how different may be the waterfalls before and after heavy rain.
Not just a cascade, but a cascade (or waterfall) called Cascade and located in the Cascade town (Mahé Island).
The waterfall with some water.
The Jaén province in Andalusia features quite a number of water related attractions, mainly in the Despeñaperros and Sierra de Cazorla Natural Parks or close to them. If visiting Cascada de la Cimbarra, the Arroyo de Martín Pérez stream flows in the nearby and along its course some small waterfalls are located.
Close to Pozo de los Humos in Pereña de la Ribera (Salamanca province) is the smaller Pozo Airón, also quite seasonal and rainfall depending. Here it’s shown with a medium to low level of flowing. In the same stream, Arroyo de los Cuernos, above and below Airón there are two other waterfalls apparently not accesible […]
Before cascading to Pozo de los Humos, Las Uces River keeps quiet and offers scenic views including this small waterfall.
I haven’t been able to put a name to this waterfall on the Hana Highway. It’s between Upper Waikani and Lower Wailuaiki Falls.
The village of Tobera in the Burgos province is settled among small waterfalls.
This waterfall was still waiting for the snowbreak but just the walk along the river is worthwilling. It’s located is Villabáscones (Burgos province).
Some additional pictures with plentiful of water flowing. It was so much that not having a wide-angle lens it was not possible (or I didn’t find the right place) to catch the whole waterfall in a single picture.
This waterfall is located in La Palma (Canary Islands). Here it’s picture in the dry season with little amount of water falling. It uses to be much more spectacular.
Another waterfall with several parts and no in-place point that allows an entire view. This indeed can be got only in the distance from the other side of the valley (image not yet available). Location is La Granja (Segovia province) and height 80 or 100 m depending on the source.
Having two parts and different points of approach, this waterfall provides several perspectives and varied images. In addition, the entire scenic environment is full of waterways in the form of small falls and rapids. It’s in Riópar (Albacete province) and the total height is about 100 m.
Nonsuch Falls is often said to not exist. Even some of the locals are unable to tell you where to find it. However once you make it to this mysterious water fall you will be happy you did. A naturally created 200 feet water fall preceded by several cascading pools. This is more about the […]
Picture 1: A closer look of this waterfall. Picture 2: A scenic view of this waterfall behind the springtime vegetation.
This spectacular multi-tier waterfall is about 120 m high and has some special features that must be explained. First of all, the actual shape of the fall can only be seen from the distance, but that excludes the base. Getting there, the shape becomes distorted. Also, there is another almost twin fall without a good […]
This waterfall is close to Osera, also in the Jaén province, it’s about 90 m high and has another little fall on its base. By the way, I made a mistake when locating Osera, as it’s close to the Natural Park but not inside it. Both Osera and Chorrogil are correctly located in the Sierra […]
This 130 m high waterfall is second only to Nervión, but easier to be seen with plentiful flow than this last one. It’s located in the Sierra de Cazorla Natural Park (Jaén province).