“There is a hidden message in every waterfall. It says, if you are flexible, falling will not hurt you!” ~ Mehmet Murat ildan
Unless you’re fortunate enough to see a waterfall up close and in person, you simply cannot appreciate this amazingly powerful force of nature. At their essence, waterfalls demonstrate visible proof that gravity really does work here on Earth. However, reducing the magnificence of the beautiful waterfalls of the world to rudimentary physics is not quite fair.
Instead, we should appreciate a waterfall for its simple beauty. Whether the water is rushing from the top of a tall mountain or over a small hill (or somewhere in between), waterfalls are majestic and breathtaking to behold.
Enjoy the sights of some of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world.
Falls Edge – Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada – Limeblu Photography
Summer Days of the Waterfall – Janice McGregor
Lower White Oak Canyon – Shenandoah National Park – Cozy Layers
Godafoss Waterfalls – Iceland – Rolando Felizola
Flood Falls – Near Hope, British Columbia, Canada – Kaila Walton
Blue Bell Falls – Mike Berenson
Moonlit Waterfall – Fabio Viero
Milky Way and Waterfalls – Sashikanth R Chintla
Waterfall at Druidstone Haven, Pembrokeshire, Wales – Derek Phillips
Trollstigen Waterfall – Norway – Peter Földiak
By Jennifer Hanford
Jennifer is a freelance social media community manager and blogger. Writing is her passion and she blogs regularly. In her spare time, Jennifer enjoys spending time with her family, reading, baking and pinning on Pinterest.
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