Waterfalls – Ceaseless Cascades of Water

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Of course, the planet, along with humans and many other things, consist mostly of water. So, to change it up a bit, I thought I’d add a delightful pictorial post to the blog – featuring some splendid waterfalls from different parts of the world. The depictions below, shall represent the “ceaseless cascades of water.”

I’ve added a few pics of waterfalls from the blue-green water at Havasu Falls, the mighty Niagra Falls, the beautiful Fulmer Falls, and the grand Baatara Gorge waterfall.  The first image is astonishing, but I can’t recall which waterfall it was (since it has been in my picture files for quite a while), so if you recognize it, feel free to let me know.

Click on the images below, to enlarge for a better view:

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Truly magnificent...

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The sublime cascades of water...

The sublime cascades of water...

Wickedly attractive waterfall...

Wickedly attractive waterfall...

3 Responses to “Waterfalls – Ceaseless Cascades of Water”

  1. If you get the chance, Niagara Falls is an awesome place to visit. Besides, being around any type of waterfall just makes everything that much better…whether it be sleeping, beer drinking, sex, and so on. Plus, I think waterfalls are well known to release a massive amount of negative ions into the air – which also elevate your overall sense of well-being.

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