As long as we have clean water and a green environment, I am optimistic about our future.
It clearly shows how green the environment can be.
The waterfall gives hope that there will be clean water for the future.
Hiking the Milford Track is surely a challenge, but those who have done it are rewarded with what they see.
It seems to show water spilling over a ridge.
My question is why the water mass seems to discontinue after it spills over the ridge; creating this spectacular sight!
Never seen such a waterfall!
I would hate to go anywhere near this waterfall as it looks so intimidating.
My folks said that they feel cold and have never thought they have to wade through so much water.
Definitely a challenge!
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Up to now, I still don’t know what I saw.
The series of picture will give you an idea of the setting.
I have never shown these pictures as I would like to research it before publishing.
But it is so tempting to publish them under the Travel Theme: Golden!
PS My blogging friend Denise shares the following which she has researched into the background of the golden statute:
It is called Nagarjuna, considered the most important Buddhism philosopher after Gautama Buddha. His image is mostly found in Tibetan Buddhism but scholars said “Along with his disciple Āryadeva, he is considered to be the founder of the Madhyamaka school of Mahāyāna Buddhism.” (Wikipedia)
Think I have to conclude my series of this week’s WPC with this post.
Spring connotes the idea of life, new life, freshness and joy.
While there, we felt like we were walking in Eden.
So, we felt like we were in a world of our own – our Eden :-)
Earlier this year, we took a trip to Yunnan and Guizhou. The Jiulong Waterfall was one of the highlights of the trip.
We didn’t have the luck of taking a ride on that bamboo raft but felt the whole scene was surreal when taking the photo. . . . . . . . . . .