Random twigs may reach out here and there to impede the progress of the arrow-straight wisps of water. But the falls continue to cascade down, down, down over the rock face of a gorge in eastern Australia.
The spot behind the curtain is snug and secure. Standing under the rock crevice listening to the water wash down from above gives feeling of quiet and separation from everything on the other side.
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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.