Waterfalls have always been high on my list of favourite art subjects and today I want to share some more examples with you. Some are majestic, while others are quite humble. All of them though, make for a wonderful spectacle.

From the Top:

1: The Barron Falls near Cairns in Far North Queensland are a magnificent sight after the Wet season. The noise, spray and panorama of so much water falling, is simply an awesome sight to behold.

2: Late afternoon light on the Victoria Falls in Tasmania’s Liffey Valley, a special time in a very special place. All one can hear is the water.

3: Middle Falls, Liffey Valley. A narrow opening results in a fierce torrent of water after heavy rain. This can be a very noisy place at times.

4: Pencil Pine Falls, Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, in one of Tasmania’s finest national parks. A delightful waterfall in an area of much colour in late Summer and early Autumn.

5: Below the Liffey Falls, where the air is full of the sounds of gurgling water. Here there are wonderful backwaters and large rocks.



About artkleko

artist, art curator, art teacher, art judge, art critic
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2 Responses to WATERFALLS

  1. Guess what my students want to do in next Tuesday’s class….. waterfalls. May put some photos on my blog. Yours are lovely and I have been to all of the locations. I love trying to make it look as though the water is moving…. quite a challenge, especially I feel in pencil.

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