How beautiful is it to look at a waterfall. It is such a wonderful feeling to look at a waterfall. Due to the beauty and peace that this view gives us, is the reason behind the waterfalls being one of the favourite places of people in the world to spend the day with their family and friends. Especially in the rainy season, a waterfall is the most favourite spot of people. But, there are a number of strange waterfalls in the world. Strange but beautiful! Let us know about these gorgeous waterfalls in the world:
This fall flows in the winter and in the early spring from the El Capitan mountain. It flows from two separate streams and it drops some 1570 feet on the steep slabs showering mists before going down more 500 feet to the bottom of the mountain. During the last days of the month of February, the waterfall changes its hue and look like a fire fall. When the sun sets they hit and reflect off the fall just at a right angle to make it appear like flowing fluid fire.
Fog Waterfall in Djupadal, Iceland
A fog waterfall pouring from a cliff in Iceland was captured by an Icelander named Kjartan Gunnsteinsson on camera in the year 2015. The clip captured shows the fog running off the side of the cliff in Djupadal. This was thought to be the result of temperature reversal when the hot air acts as a barrier to keep the cold air beneath it.
Horizontal falls in Kimberley, Western Australia
There are just two horizontal waterfalls in the whole world. Both of these horizontal waterfalls are situated deep within Talbot Bay in the Buccaneer Archipelago of the Kimberley region of Australia. The higher amount of water is pushed by through the gorges by the powerful tidal waves, which produces waterfalls which are up to five meters in height. Also, the direction of the water changes as the tide changes its direction. When the tides fall or rises, the water starts to build up in the front gorges quickly than it can flow from them.
Cameron Falls in Alberta, Canada
These falls are located in Alberta, Canada. It is an extremely rare sight in the month of June. during this time the Cameron Falls changes its colour to pink. Around the time of spring, severe rain stirs up the sediment which is called as argillite. So, when the light is reflected on this mineral, it makes the water appear pinkish red in colour.