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In addition to my main website (www.northeastwaterfalls.com), I am co-administrator of the World Waterfall Database (www.worldwaterfalldatabase.com). As I travel to new places, I primarily seek waterfalls. While I photograph other various subjects, waterfall photography is a special focus.

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Hi Katy,

Thanks for the kind words, they are always appreciated. You have my permission for use.

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Very beautiful waterfall!

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There are many waterfalls in Japan and China!

Hakuryu Ravine, Huangguoshu Fall and Xiaoqikong Fall

Best regards!

I've got a question mark icon over the place you mention in my Google Earth placemarks, but didn't know they were considered upper and lower falls. Thanks for the info!

This waterfall has recently been posted due to abuse by visitors.

This waterfall has recently been posted due to abuse by visitors.

Greetings Nada, Thanks for the visits and the wonderful comments. The waterfalls at Mt. Rainier come in all sizes. The spring time is the best time to see them because the water is running fast and high. Our visit was in June and the snow was still deep in the higher places and the visitor's center had hardly been dug out. It seems, just the front door. Take care and have a great day. Cheers, Rich

OMG this is breathtaking..

Thanks for the kind words, they are always appreciated!

@ Papa Bear...Arizona has two different features called Pumpkin Spring. This photo is almost correct in its location, off by about 300 feet.

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