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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.
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.
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!
I am sure you're drenched!