Much less flow during the summer months has this waterfall splitting into two falls. The falls drop about 9.2 meters ( 30ft) from a moss covered cliff, where below. it creates a lovely slow flowing pool fit for anyone wishing to cool off by!
Growing along and on top of the cliff are Maidenhair Ferns, Licorice Ferns and Lady Ferns. Cedar Trees, Douglas Fir and Maple trees grow tall, limiting the light and aiding in the lush growth beneath them.
Note; This Fall was not far from the terraced Fall shot I took in the next photo.
Taken on July 9/10 11:02 am on south east Vancouver Island, B.C., Canada.
Camera; Canon 20D
Lens; Tamron 28-85 f/2.8 lens, including circular slim B & W polarizer.
Tripod; Manfrotto, including 498RC2 ball head.
Taken at; 20 secs, f/32, -1EV, 28 mm, iso 100, man wht bal 5950 kelvin.