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Do you know the name of this waterfall? If so, please contact Tabitha.
I need to know the name of a waterfall that I visited on Kauai 15 years ago. It was about 25 feet high, 40 feet long, dropped in to a small lagoon (similar to Gilligan's island), and due to natural erosion you could slide down the waters pathway over the edge of the fall, only to climb the rock face back to the top to do it again. It was very secluded, however, there were a handful of people enjoying it as well. I have pictures yet the fall, to this day, remains nameless. Can you help? TabithaOverton@yahoo.com


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We identified the waterfall through a global effort. Want to know what it was? Click here. Can you help identify this waterfall? It's a little over 100 feet tall. If you know what it is, please e-mail me at dmmaki@maki.simplenet.com You may click on the image to see a larger version.

The waterfall is Seljalandsfoss located in Iceland. Here's how we found it. Per, from Sweden, sent an e-mail and said it looked like an unidentified Iceland waterfall he found on the Internet. That waterfall was on a web site created by a geologist in Ohio, U.S.A. I sent an e-mail to the geologist, and he said he didn't know the name of the falls, but that it was located on the south coast of Iceland along the ring road - between the two small ice caps on the southeast corner of the country. A subsequent seearch for Iceland Waterfalls led to a web page from Germany http://www.marco-riedel.de/PHOTOS/iceland/seljalandsfoss.html that had a similar photo of the waterfall, with the name Seljalandsfoss.

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Welcome to my Waterfall Page!

I have enjoyed waterfalls for several years, and like to find them and take pictures of them. Most of the waterfalls I have looked for are in Upper Michigan, although I have taken pictures of waterfalls in other places as well.

I have included in this waterfall page some of my pictures of these waterfalls. I have also included some information about the waterfalls. In addition, I have included a few of the adventures I have had while seeking some of these waterfalls, like the time I slid into the creek.

If you like waterfalls, I hope you enjoy viewing these.

 

 

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Links to Other Waterfall Pages
Here are some links to other pages about waterfalls.

Waterfall Books and Other Resources

Waterfalls for a list of Guidebooks about waterfalls

Waterfall Walks - includes information and updates about:

A Waterfall Lover's Guide to the Pacific Northwest 3rd Edition, by Gregory A. Plumb

Waterfalls of Tennessee, by Gregory Plumb. 1996. Overmountain Press, Johnson City, Tennessee

Waterfalls USA by James Grass and Carla Bowers

Waterfalls of Colorado, by Marc Conly. 1993. Pruett Publishing Co., Bolder, Colorado.

A Guide to 199 Michigan Waterfalls, by Laurie Penrose, Bill Penrose, and Ruth Penrose. 1988. Friede Publications, Davison, Michigan.

Waterfalls of the White Mountains --- 30 hikes to 100 waterfalls, by Bruce, Doreen & Daniel Bolnick  

Waterfalls Screen Saver: Software Review and Screen Shots -- Shareware screensaver

 

 

 

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