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Falls Park

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Mundora Creek trickles towards Goomoolahra Falls. The walking track along the wall of the canyon passes under fallen rock. Looks soft and inviting, apart from spiders and reptiles also resident. A motor rig navigating Lava Falls. Moss covered fallen trees in the relatively dry upper rainforest. Colors of the rainforest. Twin Falls feed the rock pool and the track behind the falls follows under the overhang. Weathered and moss covered fallen rocks along a walking track. Lots of texture and color in the rainforest. Yosemite Falls in full force. An opening to Thunder River Canyon from the cave from which Thunder River pours. Upper Boy-ull Creek feeding towards Twin Falls. Trees rise upwards from the rainforest floor below Goomoolahra Falls. Constantly wet, rainforest vegetation under a small waterfall. Deer Creek Falls at its confluence with the Colorado River. Small cascades down the face of the escarpment into the canyon below. The bottom below Goomoolahra Falls. A private boat entering Lava Falls in 1978. Part of the Twin Falls. Panorama of the gorge formed by Bat Cave Creek at Protesters Falls waterfall. Vibrant rainforest near the bottom of the canyon. A tree has split apart and will likely fall, sometime. Debris field at the base of Protesters Falls waterfall. Fallen giant in the rainforest. A grasstree clings to the edge of the escarpment. Mooney Falls in Havasu Canyon, on the Havasupai Indian Reservation. Shallow penetration of the roots of a fallen tree. A kayaker in the throes of Lava Falls while a motor rig looks on from the eddy. Fallen trees and moss in the relatively dry upper rainforest. Not a great water volume but Goomoolahra Falls tumbles down a sheer drop.

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