Linville Falls is probably the most photographed waterfall in North Carolina. The Upper Falls Overlook is the easiest to reach and offers a protected view of the twin waterfalls.
Linville Falls is the most popular waterfall in the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina because of its accessibility to the Blue Ridge Parkway. It is a spectacular three-tiered waterfall plunging into Linville Gorge, the “Grand Canyon of the Southern Appalachians.”
The most popular natural waterslide in North Carolina for generations is in Pisgah National Forest near Brevard. Slide down a 60-ft. smooth rock waterfall into a pool of chilly water at Sliding Rock Waterfalls.
Looking Glass Falls is one of North Carolina’s most popular waterfalls, given its easy, roadside access and classic waterfall beauty.
A man appears to be under Moore Cove Falls, one of the few North Carolina waterfalls that one can walk behind
The Elk River, North Carolina flows downstream into a huge waterfall – Elk River Falls
Graffiti artists can’t leave waterfalls alone, especially Silvervale Falls, North Carolina, which is located right by the road
Looking Glass Falls in North Carolina slows down to a flowing stream within 100 feet of the waterfalls
A roadside waterfall just off the Blue Ridge Parkway near Brevard, NC. … Looking Glass Falls is one of North Carolina’s most popular waterfalls, given its easy, roadside access and classic waterfall beauty.
Mini-waterfalls are frozen in winter to form icicles midst greenery
A waterfall in the city – Reedy River Falls, Greenville, South Carolina
The Gerald D. Hines Water Wall Park is 2.77 acres and features a 64-foot semi-circular architectural fountain that re-circulates 11,000 gallons of water per minute as it cascades down the structure’s inner and outer walls. Water cascades in vast channeled sheets from the narrower top rim of the circle to the wider base below, both on the convex side and on the rear side.
The cascading water together with stone creations when viewed from different perspectives creates captivating designs …
Voted as one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World, Iguazu Falls is undoubtedly the most visited place and one of the most imposing natural attractions in Argentina, Brazil and the World.
Next to Iguazu Falls along the river and on the islands a highly specialized ecosystem full of life has evolved in response to the extreme conditions of the tumbling water and soaking humidity.
Iguazu Falls are part of a singular practically virgin jungle ecosystem protected by Argentine and Brazilian national parks on either side of the cascades. Various species of trees and vegetation grow along the river and among the rocks.
During the rainy season of November – March at Iguazu Falls, the rate of flow of water going over the falls may reach 450,000 cubic feet (12,750 cubic m) per second with tremendous force
The grandeur of Iguazu Falls, the tremendous amount of water (an average of 553 cubic feet per second) thundering down 269 feet, and the tropical location cannot describe the sheer beauty
Waterfall rainbows are not even an especially rare phenomenon at Iguazu Falls, but they are spectacular. As if waterfalls were not extravagant enough, nature goes and really creates a feast for the eyes by throwing in a rainbow for free. Rampaging water, perennially worn rocks, and the seven colours of the spectrum just to top it all off.
Made up of many cascades producing vast sprays of water, Iguazu is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world.
The water in the foreground looks relatively calm before approaching the severe drop at Iguazu Falls