After going to Bridal Veil Falls – The Drive-Thru Waterfall, we drove to Dry Falls and enjoyed a picnic lunch before walking down the steps to view the waterfall.
Although Cindy had previously read about this waterfall we had both forgotten one of the more exciting points about it; you can walk behind this massive waterfall. It’s not exactly “dry” as you do get covered in blowback mist, but considering the amount of water and that the force of it falling on you would drive you into the gorge below, it’s relatively dry.
One of the best views of Dry Falls.
The BEST view of Dry Falls!
Just playing around by doing a black and white version with a slow shutter speed to make the falling water look smoother.
Cindy, Abby and Amber, up close with Dry Falls.
Grandma, Abby and granddad, courtesy of Amber using my camera.
Cindy behind the falls getting a shot of the falling water.
I’m standing behind the waterfall getting a shot out through the falling water.
After walking behind the water, I got this shot from the other side of the area behind the falling water.
And another shot from even farther on the other side.
Amber, Abby and Cindy after walking behind the waterfall and emerging on the opposite side.
This is the gorge that Dry Falls feeds into. You can see a bit of where the water hits in the bottom left hand corner.
Here’s a video I shot of Dry Falls.
And a video with it in slow motion.
And finally, video of Cindy, Abby and Amber behind the waterfall and the gorge that Dry Falls feeds into.