Ellery Lake Falls is at the top of Tioga Pass Canyon and east of Ellery Lake by the eastern entrance to Yosemite. There are campgrounds at Ellery Lake in the Inyo National Forest. The historic mining ghost town of Bennettville in the area is worth a visit. The falls can be viewed from several pull […]
I’ve found that a Bino Defender binocular harness from Hunters Element has been a fantastic way to carry my mirrorless ICL camera. It fits like it was designed for it, with the lens down. I’m sure the larger size harness fits full-frames and DSLRs.
This is one of the biggest, highest and most spectacular waterfall in China, located in Guizhou, Guanling as one of the 18 waterfalls in the Huangguoshu Waterfall series. Located 6 km Upstream, westwards to Huangguoshu waterfall, it consists 3 major falls with a total of 410 meters. The following pictures is taken in 2015 at […]
My friend and I hiked into Rainbow Falls in Yellowstone. It’s about 1/3 mile downstream from Terraced Falls, but the access is NOT easy. It took us 6 hours to hike (climb) only 2 miles! This hike has no marked trail and requires bushwhacking both down and up in extremely steep terrain (583 feet elevation […]
My friend and I hiked into Rainbow Falls in Yellowstone. It’s about 1/3 mile downstream from Terraced Falls, but the access is NOT easy. It took us 6 hours to hike (climb) only 2 miles! There is no trail and the terrain is dangerous and extremely steep to drop down into the canyon. Your reward […]
This is a small, pretty waterfall with stunning sorroundings since it’s located in the Namo Falls Botanical Park, near Agat and Santa Rita.
This waterfall is close to Garðáfoss and both are quite similar for their winding courses that don’t allow to see all the tiers. At least I was unable to do it. Coordinates are: 63.6655762, -19.8087862.
This waterfall is very popular in the Misiones province and it’s located in the Provincial Park of the same name (Cainguás department). It’s oficially 64 m. high… yes, I know that it seems to be a bit excesive looking to my photos, but it’s obvious that it was not my best day as photographer. I […]
I must say that I do not remember very well how I managed on my visit to this waterfall… 14 years ago. I could only see several parts of this waterfall. Apparently there is a place from which you can see the entire waterfall. It seems that I first went to the top where the […]
This waterfall is located near Houaïlou (Province Nord) and is about 15 m. high.
Not all waterfalls have a side view.
My mood about this waterfall has been changing from one extreme to the other. Going towards the waterfall I was excited at the idea of seeing for the first time a waterfall falling directly into the sea. But being there I became very disappointed as I thought that the waterfall carried little water. And now, […]
Curracurrong Falls in Royal National Park is the only waterfall in Sydney that empties directly into the ocean. In fact, it is one of only three such waterfalls in Australia. Fed by Curracurrong Creek, the waterfall drops 82 meters from the top of the escarpment to the churning surf below. You can reach Curracurrong Falls […]
This waterfall is in the Haast River Valley (Mt. Aspiring National Park). It’s located between the Roaring Billy and Orman Falls, all them along SH6.
I submit here the best close-up of the falls that I could get plus another picture I think is somehow scenic.
Orman Falls is almost roadside on SH6, in the Mt. Aspiring National Park and close to Depot Falls. It’s one of the many waterfalls along Haast River. Coordinates: -43.9539, 169.2471.
Located in the Ylig River, between the cities of Yona and Santa Rita.
This is the 1st. waterfall in the Papenoo Valley. Coordinates: -17.5595, -149.4265
This multi-tier waterfall is located in the Austurland region, almost a roadside on the #1 and close to Sauðárfoss before Rjúkandi (heading west). Coordinates are: 65.3516224, -15.0146481.
Driving along the road that connects these cities I found an amount of waterfalls which names I always failed to know. Three of them are powerful enough to have one, and I guess that two may be Gufufoss and Múlafoss but I’m not sure of it. I can’t identify your Gufufoss with any of them. […]