The Victoria Falls - You can’t deny that waterfall is the most beautiful natural phenomenon. Crystal stream of water with an enormous thunder falls from the heartbreaking height. This is a spectacular view especially if it is on the background of massive rocks and picturesque meadows. Waterfall combines power and majesty in itself. Here are the most powerful waterfalls of the world.
Spekes Mill Mouth Waterfall, North Devon coast, just south of Hartland Quay, England; photo by Neville Stanikk ...The two streams that rise on the high ground of Bursdon Moor meet near Lymebridge and wind their way through the secluded Spekes Valley before cascading down a shear rock face sixty feet, through a series of four smaller falls before finally reaching the sea. - info from Devizes Lion (Flickr)
The sound of moving water from waterfalls adds to the soothing nature of Japanese gardens. This stream is punctuated by two waterfalls and ponds. Papyrus, ornamental grasses, and groundcovers bring life to the stream edge.
Ana Teresa Barboza (previously) produces embroidered landscapes with wandering streams that break the fourth wall, jumping off their 2D structures and cascading to the floor in waterfalls of blues and greens. The remaining landscape Barboza keeps in black and white, focusing the viewer's ey