To see a waterfall is a wonderful experience and nothing as inspiring as that. The wild and beautiful waterfalls have always been a great source for amazing photography. The silvery white cascades of gushing water, the thundering roar when it hits the ground, the heaps of cloud-like mist rising, and the rainbows reflects in its spray – all revitalize our mind.
Sutherland Falls is located in the wild Fiord land National Park. This 580m waterfall is New Zealand’s one of the most enchanting locations.
Dettifoss, the most powerful waterfall of Europe, can send glacial meltwaters over its 44m precipice unchecked at a flow of around 500 cubic meters per second. This is a much loved spot for the Icelandic lovers.
Gullfoss flows on the Hvítá River at 90 degree angles. It is situated in the Golden Circle of Iceland.
Dubbed the tallest single-drop waterfalls,Kaieteur Falls sits at the top of the ancient Guyana Shield in the midst of the most beautiful rainforest on earth.
Yosemite Falls is regarded as one of the tallest waterfalls in the world at 2425ft. It sits in the incomparable Yosemite Valley.
Angel Falls flows unchecked from a mystical mountain in the Venezuelan equatorial rainforest. This 807m waterfall is the tallest permanent waterfall in the world.
All the above mentioned waterfalls are singular in nature, but this one is a network of many waterfalls. The waterfalls unite many places and colorful lakes into one enchanting experience.
Niagara Falls, as we all know, ranks as the biggest one with a volume of about 750,000 gallons per second.
Victoria Falls, the world’s largest waterfalls in the world with a width of 1.7km, a height of 108m, and an average flow of 1 million liters per second. Dubbed as “smoke that thunders”, this waterfall is considered to be one of the seven wonders of the world and is a UNESCO World Heritage site.