Thoseghar Waterfall

Let the photographs load; these are worth the wait.

In the beginning of August 2009, I went to Kas Plateau and Thoseghar Waterfall. I have already published posts on Kas Plateau [I had to visit Kas again in the mid of September 2009 to photograph the wild flowers]. It's time to showcase the beauty of the twin attraction — Thoseghar Waterfall.

I like vertically long photographs. One of the examples from the past is Moon and Sun in One Photograph — a vertical panorama. But which is the best subject for long vertical photography? There may be many, but in monsoon? You obviously guessed it right — waterfalls!

Thoseghar has many large and small waterfalls, but there are 4-5 main falls in the canyon. Facing towards the falls, the first photograph below shows the second waterfall from the left.

Note: None of the below pictures are panoramas. All are single shots.

Scroll slowly for a feast for eyes.
Thoseghar waterfall's right stream in the group of falls that has around 300 meters drop

I hope you liked it! The photo below is of the first waterfall from the left. There's a reason behind putting them in the reverse order as I have a good size-comparison photograph for the below one, which I want to end the post with.

Thoseghar waterfall's left stream that probably is the second voluminous in the group of falls

I guess your eyeballs are popping out now by excitement. All the falls are just huge in size. The best way to express their size is to have a comparison subject. In the photo above, do you see a leafless tree at the halt of the waterfall, in front of the the tiny lake? Below is a close-up of that tree. Now I know that you know how mighty the waterfall is!

Comparison of a tree with the size of the left waterfall of Thoseghar. The tree looks tiny compared to the waterfall.

I am sure you're drenched!

44 comments :

  1. Wow! very nice waterfalls...

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  2. absolutely wonderful!

    :-)

    enjoyed these very much,
    keep'em coming

    ..
    .ero

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  3. amayzing! so beautiful :X love it

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  4. Oh Bhavesh, these photos are magnificent. I must share this post on my blog. Best wishes always, friend. Namaste

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  5. Im coming from the Tantra Flower's blog! hi!
    its SOOOO NICE TO MEET YOU!
    congrats for this photos, really is amazing your work!
    hugs from Buenos Aires,
    /\Namaste

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  6. drenched - oh, if only i WERE truly drenched from the liquid beauty of this fall - cold chill bumps [the good kind] from just flowing downward with these magnificent photos! truly breathtaking! thank you for sharing! namaste' - jenean

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  7. Yes drenched but amazed!
    Bravo, bravo.

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  8. I'm not just drenched, I'm drowning in the artistry of nature combined with your artistry in photography!

    I think the waterfalls are incredible, and also quite frightening in their power.

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  9. You've done a truly sensational job with these, Bhavesh. The long scroll was extremely effective and I see that you have put quite a lot of thought into this post - to say nothing of the awe-inspiring landscape itself.

    The last photo is also very nice. Kudos to you, Bhavesh.

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  10. What can I write - it's breathtaking!

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  11. Astonishing how tall the waterfalls are! The last one is almost frightening to see the power of the water, but beautiful also.

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  12. Wow, these are just amazing. Beautiful!

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  13. Those are absolutely stunning.

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  14. Fantastic!
    I'm really glad I wandered into your blog - awesome photos and my spirit is revived :)

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  15. Stunning photos of a magnificent waterfall.

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  16. Thank you for visiting my blog, so in turn I could find you. How did you TAKE these photos? And I have seen other waterfalls, like the Victoria falls and Niagara, but this one surely matches them, and I had never even heard of it! You are a great photographer!

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  17. That is unbelievable, Bhavesh. I'm really not sure how you did it!

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  18. Fantastic photos - and yes, I got a bit wet!

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  19. Breath taking as well as drenchingly good. Never seen such long narrow photos, wonderful subject to try them out.

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  20. Olá Bhavesh,

    Thank you for visiting my blog.I'm happy to meet you.
    Your photos are wonderful!!
    I love India, its rich culture, espiritualidade.Sonho in one day to know the Índia.Por while I knew by his look.
    Beijos(kisses)from Brasil
    Nice :-)

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  21. Just amazing!
    Bhavesh, these are awesome shots.

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  22. These photos really can give all the power and freshness of waterfalls!
    Beautiful pictures, great job!
    Thanks!
    :-)

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  23. Oh my goodness!!!!! What fantastic photographs dear Bhavesh!! You are so creative. Amazing! I absolutely LOVE these!!

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  24. Not just, that the place looks beautiful! That's a stunning piece of photography! Very nicely done!

    Pixellicious Photos

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  25. Puf ... puf ... man, I got into your comment box already tired ... what exhausting journey you made us do to get here! And a fantastic one too!

    As for Brugges - quite a lot of bikes ... but you should see Netherlands!

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  26. Really amazing waterfall, and beautiful pictures of it!
    Greetings from Norway.:)

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  27. Thanks to you all friends, for your beautiful comments. I enjoy these very much :)

    Evil

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  28. These are incredible long shots – you said these were not panorama pictures – so I am not sure how you could get such long shots? Anyway they are beautiful – what a gorgeous country.

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  29. WOW!I love your shot of the falls.The falls must be very high.

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  30. I have no words to express my sentiments as you are really very very near to my heart.

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  31. the pictures are ultimate!!
    i felt like standing below te waterfalll...woow!!

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  32. Impressive and amazing, the roar of this falls must be deafening.

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  33. I'm excited. Your blog and your pictures are wonderful. I would also like a follower.

    Greetings from Germany

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  34. thanks for stopping by my blog again
    I love these waterfall panoramas!!
    Well done

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  35. Beautiful shots of the beautiful falls. Wish I could be there and see them in person. I can almost hear the exciting roar of them. Helen

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  36. Anonymous14 July, 2011

    beautiful fall....pictures are wonderful.

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  37. beautiful pictures of the waterfall!! loved 'em!

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  38. Anonymous07 June, 2012

    Indeed beautiful pictures!

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  39. Beautiful waterfall! Amazingly huge!

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  40. Beautiful Pictures ..Really Monsoon Magic......

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