Archive for the ‘Most Impressive Waterfalls’ Category


Siem Reap K – Bayon 02

Some cool most impressive waterfalls images: Siem Reap K – Bayon 02 Image by Daniel Mennerich The Bayon (Prasat Bayon) is a well-known and richly decorated Khmer temple at Angkor in Cambodia. Built in the late 12th or early 13th century as the official state temple of the Mahayana Buddhist King Jayavarman VII, the Bayon […]

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Grotto Geyser

Some cool most impressive waterfalls images: Grotto Geyser Image by Tjflex2 The most distinctive feature of Grotto Geyser is its cone, which is over six feet high , has one section missing and includes several calcified trees, giving the appearance of a ring of pinnacles surrounding the vent, all usually partly obscured by steam. The […]

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Barron River Gorge from the Kuranda train trip.

A few nice most impressive waterfalls images I found: Barron River Gorge from the Kuranda train trip. Image by denisbin The Kuranda Railway and the Skyrail. Construction began in 1886 but there was a long struggle to get to that point. Cairns was not the first place to be considered for an inland railway. In […]

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Kuranda. Waterfall from the rail trip down the hills.

Check out these most impressive waterfalls images: Kuranda. Waterfall from the rail trip down the hills. Image by denisbin The Kuranda Railway and the Skyrail. Construction began in 1886 but there was a long struggle to get to that point. Cairns was not the first place to be considered for an inland railway. In 1882 […]

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Cool Most Impressive Waterfalls images

Some cool most impressive waterfalls images: 3 19 El Paraiso Image by Kalense Kid The hotel has a dormitory. It is on the floor above ours. The internal wall of my room is the external wall of the dormitory. Floors are staggered in under the palm-frond roof. Early risers use the toilet very quietly. The […]

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‘The Black Falls’ – Svartifoss, Iceland

A few nice most impressive waterfalls images I found: ‘The Black Falls’ – Svartifoss, Iceland Image by Kristofer Williams Whilst Svartifoss isn’t the largest waterfall in Iceland by any means, it’s certainly one of the most impressive settings for it… Surrounded by dark basalt lava columns like a huge cathedral organ, they shear off the […]

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