Waterfalls are difficult to photograph because there’s so much more to a waterfall than a camera can capture. There’s the joy of discovery. There’s the build in anticipation as the rumbling water grows louder as I approach through the veiling forest. The air is always cooler around waterfalls, and wetter. Waterfalls, especially the big ones, are a full sensory experience.
I took this photo somewhere in Australia. I recall it was at the end of a walking track and no one else was around.
What do you like about waterfalls? Have you made any waterfall ‘discoveries’? Do you have any favourites?
For more inspiration on the sight, sounds, smells, tastes and touch of waterfalls, go here to The Bookshelf Muse.
Note: For the month of April during the A-Z Challenge I am pausing from my usual blogging theme of writing and social media tips. Instead I hope to share with you my photography. Much of it is inspired by the fabulous and helpful site, The Bookshelf Muse. Please check it out and enjoy.