Drink at Hand: TJ's 2009 Petit Reserve Tempranillo
Terry and I used to shoot a lot of waterfalls. When we lived in Japan we actually had a book the listed locations of hundreds of waterfalls. Of course, the book was in Japanese so I had to play a little game of trying to match the thumbnail map included with the directions to our bilingual road map, but we still found quite a few of the waterfalls. When we went on vacations we'd continue our hunt for tumbling water, leading to hundreds of blurred water images from all over the world--or at least all over Asia and the US.
I don't know why we don't hunt for waterfalls anymore. I know there are a few not far away along the Central Coast and spring is always a great time to go find a fall with fresh snowmelt and spring showers fueling the flow. Perhaps we just need to make time. Or perhaps we just need a little reminder...and that's what Thirsty Thursdays are for...a little reminder to go out and doing something or find something cool this weekend.
Enjoy the waterfalls. I tried to include a name or location, but some of them I don't know or don't remember.
Little Missouri River, Ouachita National Forest, Arkansas.
Another view of the Little Missouri River, Ouachita National Forest, Arkansas.
Somewhere in northern Japan.
Tucked away in the rainforest near Cairns, Australia.
Close-up of water gushing into Milford Sound in New Zealand. Terry shot this with the 100-400mm lens from a boat.
Stream emptying into Lake Superior along Pictured Rocks National Seashore, Upper Peninsula, Michigan.
Somewhere near Marquette, Michigan.
Another waterfall somewhere near Marquette, Michigan.
We spent a whole weekend scouting falls in north central Japan and found these two images along the way.
Close-up of a rushing stream near Nikko, Japan.
Get out there and explore this weekend!