Black and white pastel on black Canson paper of the beautiful, cascading Horseshoe Waterfalls, Australia. What delight we felt when we first discovered this. It was located at the end of our street where we used to live and was only a 5 minute walk, that took us to a peaceful place where we could forget the world for a while. It is still only a 10 minute drive away.
Waterfalls are usually geological formations resulting from water, often in the form of a stream flowing over an erosion-resistant rock that forms a nickpoint or sudden break in elevation.Whatever the description waterfalls are a natural wonder and there are some breathtaking ones all over the world.
The waterfall drops its sparkling veil
covering its rock face leaving slippery trails
twinkling drops of water bursting in the light
its beauty never ending even at night!
© Linda Callaghan
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