A closer look at one of the sections of the Yellow Dragon Waterfall in the Three Gorges region of China. I previously wrote about this spot here and this is a follow up photo to that post.
I liked this particular part of the waterfall because of its slightly more side-on view and because the rocks framed the flow beautifully from the bottom of the frame. They formed a nice 'v' around the falling water that attracted me visually and worked for my composition. The water flow was just perfect too. Strong enough to be clearly visible but also subtle enough to form a lovely thin veil behind and around the main stream.
We have almost no waterfalls of significance around where we live so I am always a sucker for any half decent waterfall when we travel, especially when combined with lush rainforest surroundings.
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