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Simply stunning!!!!My Wednesday blog is:Black Night HeronYour company is always a special treat.
I can almost hear the sound of water falling, these are great captures.
Oh how gorgeous.Come see my watery Wednesday, have a lovely day!
Gorgeous shots!Watery Wednesday t my page, please come and see.
incredible waterfall! the last photo is my favorite.your header is so beautiful! what do you call this tree?
Wow, is that Switzerland? I like mountains so I should go there one day!
Gotta love waterfalls!
Those are beatiful. Thank you for visiting. -kimberlee
Beautiful shots and your flower shot is gorgeous. Thanks for visiting and do make sure you visit RBCM it is well worth the visit.Smiles
The water fall and gushing water reminds me of a similar sight i had seen near Mana village in India.Thanks for visiting my blog and your kind words.
I want to see the waterfall for real! Your pictures are gorgeous!xo Susie
Hi Carmen, these are so beautiful! I sure would hate to fall in there though. Thanks so much for stopping by to visit yesterday!
Fantastic photos of waterfall, Carmen!
PippaD -The falls were spectacular - and a bit scary!HOOTIN' ANNI -These falls were very nice but my favorites, thus far, were Iguazu, on the Argentinian - Brazilian border.Indrani -I was very happy with these pictures, considering I was totally terrified taking the pictures!chubskulit -Switzerland is filled with the most breathtaking scenery.John -I enjoyed reliving that Swiss trip when I was posting these photos.Luna Miranda -The tree in the header is an acacia. They were blooming everywhere last month but they are almost completely devoid of blossoms now, thanks to all the rain we've been having. They murder for hay fever sufferers.Josep -Switzerland should NOT be missed - and it isn't that far from you. I was so blessd, in 1995, at a forensic conference in San Francisco, to make a friend who is a forensic toxicologist at the Institute of Legal Medicine in Bern. He stayed the weekend after in SF and I showed him about. A few months later, a girlfriend and visited he and his wife in Bern, then that summer, his son, Henri, came and stayed a month with us - same age as my Jeremy and they became great friends. Henri came again for a month thenext year. I went back again with two morefriends, then Jeremy went with a college friend.Isn't it funny how friendships start.Anyway, I've taken the train about Switzerland and it is such a clean, beautiful, fairytale country. Absolutely incredible mountain scenery. Do go. Wonderful white wines, too.Sharkbytes -Waterfalls are such beautiful wonders. I've seen some amazing ones in my travels.Kimberlee, The Spunky Diva -Glad you enjoyed my waterfall shots!Carolyn -I will certainy visit the museum next trip to BC. Come back to see me sometime.magiceye -You will have to direct me to Indian waterfalls when I finally get there!Vinni -I knew there had to be wonderful waterfalls in India!Susie Kline -You should visit Switzerland. It is such a beauiful country!Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy -I agree with you, a fall would have been fatal and it was scary enough just getting those shots!
These photos are amazing! I can almost hear the water and feel the humidity.
earlybird -My son made me so nervous, laying down and hanging over the enbankment for a photo! I thought he wouldn't survive to finish his senior year of college!
beautiful shots, thanks for stopping by my blog and for your commentsHave a great weekend
wow. gorgeous shots! things are so dry here right now. no waterfalls until later in the year.