This has become one of my favorite remote waterfalls in the world! Whenever I am taking photos of these places, I spend a lot of time there. I often imagine what it would be like to tumble over the edge… wondering various ways I could survive… if I’d get caught in a whirlpool underwater… or if I would just pop up like in the movies. - Akureyri, Iceland - Photo from #treyratcliff Trey Ratcliff at http://www.StuckInCustoms.com
SECOND: please note there is a small crack on the base. Still very functional, but an aesthetic flaw. Delightful cake stand. One-of-a-kind art pottery. Beautifully functional. With a cake, or without! 7.5 wide and 3 tall. Perfect for a small display of truly special baked goods. You will find nature themes and repetition on these pieces of art pottery. Trees, leaves, flowers, creeks, waterfalls, mountains and birds- these are a few of my favorite things. These works also explore my love…
Here's one of my favorite animated JPGs from Iceland (Gulfoss). This one was a little harder to animate than most because I tried to get all the mist to swirl back into the top of the waterfall. The very first time I came here in the dead of winter I almost killed myself... it was so icy and I slipped down and started sliding towards the waterfall... luckily I caught a rope and hung on to avert my untimely demise.
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Domestic castle scenes are one of my favorite things. Even if it's not exciting, it's always satisfying to build these.
This waterfall at Milford is one of those amazing things that churns away all day. Waterfalls that generate a ton of water constantly impress me. It’s hard to get my head around all the water that is in movement all the time, and it’s even more impressive that so much fresh water can be generated without end… - Milford Sound, New Zealand - Photo from #treyratcliff Trey Ratcliff at http://www.StuckInCustoms.com
Chasing waterfalls may have become one of my favorite activities sense living in Hawaii. After planning a fun short trip back to Maui I knew I wanted to find some new things to do. I read about a cool waterfall in the Bamboo Forest that was mostly only viable after rainfall. It has just rained the day before so I was stoked to go try!