This is one of the many falls I photographed in eastern Australia. Despite Australia’s being described as a flat and dry continent, I saw abundant water tumbling from high places into deep gorges. To see more of today’s creative images, visit Leanne Cole Photography.
This three-tiered falls in the state of Washington is the tallest in a chain of waterfalls tumbling from peaks in the Cascade Mountain Range.
A soft mist rises after the water tumbles onto the rocks at Niagara Falls in New York. To see all of today’s entries in the challenge, visit the website of Australian photographer, Leanne Cole.
The lower falls, the third and final cascade of melted snow, tumble over one last rock face on the way to join the nearby Merced River in Yosemite National Park, California. To see all of today’s monochrome entries follow the link to Australian photographer Leanne Cole’s website.
This is another of the many waterfalls in the Huangguoshu National Park in China. Standing in the shadows on this overcast day, I tried to capture the abundance of the water and the density of the surrounding vegetation.
This cascade in China’s Huangguoshu Waterfall National Park is the largest of many in the reserve. Its name in English is Yellow Fruit Tree Waterfall.