Waterfalls of the World #1

Waterfalls are like fires, they draw you in, captivate you, call to you. Here are 7 that captivated us.

The Hanguing Lake, Glenwood Springs, Colorado

The Hanging Lake, Glenwood Springs, Colorado

Hyalite Canyon, Bozeman, Montana

Hyalite Canyon, Bozeman, Montana

Bozeman, Montana

Bozeman, Montana

Da Lat, Vietnam

Da Lat, Vietnam

Sagada, Philippines

Sagada, Philippines

Bohol, Philippines

Bohol, Philippines

Yellowstone, Wyoming

Yellowstone, Wyoming



5 thoughts on “Waterfalls of the World #1

  1. thanks so much for sharing! You have inspired me to do some traveling since I enjoy wandering to see waterfalls.

    Some lovely ones to visit are Minehaha (small but lovely) in Minneapolis, MN, Zion National Parks in Utah, YS Falls (which you can swing, walk and sit in)in Jamaica, Howick in South Africa, and my greatest adventure Victoria, or as I like to call them Mosi-oa-tunya (the Smoke that thunders) in Zimbabwe.
    Each year I make a pilgramage to Niagara as well. To visit them at night, when the crowds clear is a humbling, lovely thing to behold. I’ve been in every season and they still call me.

  2. There are over 100 waterfalls in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula that are so beautiful to see. Some are easy to get to while others are nestled away from civilization but can be seen by the truly adventurous soul.

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