Mac Mac falls
another great view, I would suggest to step forwards 1 or 2 meters to have a free space as fg but most probably you would no more be alive to show us these nice pictures ;-)
- mehmetarslan (2767)
- [2011-02-06 1:33]
It is exallant place.
- corjan3 (4707)
- [2011-02-06 2:58]
Interesting how water appears to go in slow motion down a waterfall. Maybe, together with the beauty, that is what fills one with a sense of relaxation. Yet another of your beautiful images of waterfalls. Absolutely nothing that I do not like. Just beautiful.
PS: Do you perhaps know where the name Mac Mac comes from? Wait - have looked it up in "New Dictionary of South African Place Names" by Peter E Raper (P.216, 2004): "Named after the gold mining village nearby, which was so called either after the MacClaughton brothers, said to be the first diggers, or because a list of diggers handed to President TF Burgers contained so many Scottish names that he called it Mac-Mac."
- PeterZ (49139)
- [2011-02-06 3:07]
Very beautiful photo of this waterfall in splendid natural colours and a good composition.
- mwmod99 (14196)
- [2011-02-06 6:13]
That is also one of the most dramatic waterfalls in that region Peter! Mplumalanga is the place every tourist should visit when came to SA! Very spectacular, very beautiful!
- fransswanepoel (1286)
- [2011-02-06 6:42]
A good one from your archives Peter. You did well to include the whole waterfall.
- rommel (3628)
- [2011-02-07 2:05]
A powerful image well captured and presented.I can just imagine the noise as it crashes to the bottom.
- Mamagolo2 (3124)
- [2011-02-08 1:39]
I've been there so many times and still it is so beautiful. Beautiful image. Very well done and thanks for sharing.
- lousat (65489)
- [2011-02-09 11:49]
Hi Peter,a lot of waterfalls in these places and a lot of differents and beautiful perspectives,this is great,i like a lot the silk effect create by the water and the impressive quality of sharpness and colors from the best point of view.Thanks for share,have a nice day,Luciano
- tuslaw (19883)
- [2011-02-13 19:21]
My wife (Rosie) loves waterfalls and I must say this is a real duzzie. I could only imagine the roar you must have heard from this vantage point. Nicely composed shot with good detail and attractive coloration.