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The following pictures are 1997/04.08, Andrew H. Hochheimer, and may not be reposted without written permission.

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Pictures of some of the Many Waterfalls I have Visited:

Indian Falls, Niagara Escarpment Near Owen Sound, ON

Indian Falls, Niagara Escarpment Near Owen Sound, ON,  Jun 30th, 2006 - waterfalls 15 metres

Indian Falls, Niagara Escarpment Near Owen Sound, ON

Indian Falls, Niagara Escarpment Near Owen Sound, ON, Jun 30th, 2006 - waterfalls 15 metres

Jones Falls, Niagara Escarpment Near Owen Sound, ON, Jun 30th, 2006 - cascading waterfalls 12 metres

Inglis Falls, Niagara Escarpment Near Owen Sound, ON, Jun 30th, 2006 - cascading waterfalls 18 metres

Inglis Falls, Niagara Escarpment Near Owen Sound, ON, Jun 30th, 2006 - cascading waterfalls 18 metres

Eugenia Falls, Niagara Escarpment Grey County, ON, Jun 30th, 2006 - waterfalls 30 metres

Inglis Falls, Niagara Escarpment Grey County, ON, Jun 30th, 2006 - waterfalls 14 metres

Lower Falls, Letchworth State Park, Castile, N.Y. - Nov 13, 2004 - 30 foot waterfall

Lower Falls, Letchworth State Park, Castile, N.Y. - Nov 13, 2004 - 30 foot waterfall

Lower Falls Long Exposure, Letchworth State Park, Castile, N.Y. - Nov 13, 2004 - 30 foot waterfall

Middle Falls with Upper Falls in the background, Letchworth State Park, Castile, N.Y. - Nov 13, 2004 - 107 foot waterfall

Upper Falls, Letchworth State Park, Castile, N.Y. - Nov 13, 2004 - 70 foot waterfall

Upper Falls, Letchworth State Park, Castile, N.Y. - Nov 13, 2004 - 70 foot waterfall
Letchworth State Park, Castile, N.Y. - Nov 13, 2004

Middle Falls, Letchworth State Park, Castile, N.Y. - Nov 13, 2004 - 107 foot waterfall

Middle Falls, Letchworth State Park, Castile, N.Y. - Nov 13, 2004 - 107 foot waterfall

Upper Falls, Hocking Hills State Park, Ohio, Oct 5th, 2003
Upper Falls, Hocking Hills State Park, Ohio, Jul 4th, 2004 (Much Less Water)

Cedar Falls, Hocking Hills State Park, Ohio, May 18th, 2002 -50 foot waterfall, Trail Length .5 miles (The Hocking Hills area is very nice, and there is plenty to hike to. Cedar Falls was so named because early settlers mistook the towering hemlocks for cedars)

Cedar Falls, Hocking Hills State Park, Ohio, May 18th, 2002-50 foot waterfall, Trail Length .5 miles

"Much Less Water" Cedar Falls, Hocking Hills State Park, Ohio, Oct 5th, 2003-50 foot waterfall, Trail Length .5 miles
"Now Just A Trickle" Cedar Falls, Hocking Hills State Park, Ohio, Jul 5th, 2004
Lower Falls, Hocking Hills State Park, Ohio, Oct 5th, 2003

Ash Cave, Hocking Hills State Park, Ohio, May 18th, 2002 - 90 foot waterfall, Trail Length .5 miles / Easy (This recess known as Ash Cave is the largest such cave in the state of Ohio. The rim of the sandstone horseshoe which forms the cave spans 700 feet around, and growing with erosion)

Ash Cave, Hocking Hills State Park, Ohio, May 18th, 2002 - 90 foot waterfall, Trail Length .5 miles / Easy (Ash cave presents a good opportunity to view sandstone layers, and the results of weathering caused by the falls)

Ash Cave, Hocking Hills State Park, Ohio, May 18th, 2002 - 90 foot waterfall, Trail Length .5 miles / Easy

Unknown Waterfall  in Clifty Falls State Park (Madison, Indiana) We hiked up a stream bead and found it.

Tunnel Falls in Clifty Falls State Park (Madison, Indiana), May 19th, 2002 - 83 foot waterfall, Trail Map

Tunnel Falls in Clifty Falls State Park (Madison, Indiana), May 19th, 2002 - 83 foot waterfall, Trail Map

Little Clifty Falls, in Clifty Falls State Park (Madison, Indiana), May 19th, 2002 - 60 foot waterfall, Trail Map

Clifty Falls, in Clifty Falls State Park (Madison, Indiana), May 19th, 2002 - 60 foot waterfall, Trail Map
Williamsport Falls, Indiana's Largest Waterfall , May 23rd, 2002 - 90 foot waterfall, Trail Length .25 Mile / Steep

Williamsport Falls, Indiana, May 23rd, 2002 - 90 foot waterfall, Trail Length .25 Mile / Steep
"the falls is only 62 feet tall and not 90. My husband and I had a sheriff with us and we measured the falls. It came out at only 62 feet :) Just thought I'd let you know, that the sign is wrong and they are thinking about changing it" - Tina / Trinity09131968@cs.com

Williamsport Falls, Indiana, May 23rd, 2002 - 90 foot waterfall, Trail Length .25 Mile / Steep

Wards Falls, Nova Scotia, June 18th, 2000 - 7Km Trail (When you get to Wards Falls you can climb up a ladder and venture into a small cavern with another waterfall at the end)

Wards Falls, Nova Scotia, June 18th, 2000- 7Km Trail (Along the trail you will walk across aprox 9, 12 ft bridges that cross the river)

Falls at Old Mans Cave, Hocking Hills State Park, Ohio, Oct 5th, 2003

Swallow Falls State Park, Oakland, Maryland, July 3, 1999 - 63 foot waterfall

Swallow Falls State Park, Oakland, Maryland, July 3, 1999 - 63 foot waterfall

Grand Falls & Fish Ladder, Nova Scotia, June 2000

My Eagle Explorer GPS at Economy Falls, one of the many falls I hiked to in Nova Scotia. 1997 - 65 foot waterfall, Trail Length .5 Mile / Lots of Stairs

Economy Falls, Nova Scotia, After the Cave In, Aug 1998 - 65 foot waterfall, Trail Length .5 Mile / Lots of Stairs (a natural geological phenomenon has occurred causing the collapse of the  waterfall.)

Fundy National Park

Fundy National Park, New Brunswick, 1998

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Hidden Falls, Nova Scotia, Aug, 1998 - 125 foot waterfall

Hidden Falls, Nova Scotia, Aug, 1998 - 125 foot waterfall

Niagra Falls, Ontario

Niagra Falls, Ontario, 1998 - 167 foot waterfall (The Horshoe brink is 2,600 feet)

Niagra Falls, Ontario, Feb 21, 2002 - 167 foot waterfall (volume of water pouring over the falls is estimated at 600,000 U.S. gallons per second. In this picture you can see the American Falls & Bridal Veil Falls to the upper left.)

Niagra Falls, Ontario, Feb 4, 2004 - 167 foot waterfall (The word "Niagara" is derived from the Iroquois Indian word "Onguiaahra" meaning "the strait" )

Niagra Falls, Ontario, Feb 4, 2004 - 167 foot waterfall (The first person to go over the Falls in a barrel and survive was a 63 year old female schoolteacher.)

Niagra Falls Early Morning, Ontario, Feb 23, 2002 - 167 foot waterfall

Niagra Falls, Apr 9th, 2011 

Niagra Falls, Ontario, Apr 9th, 2011

Niagra Falls, Apr 9th, 2011 

Niagra Falls - American Falls, Ontario, Apr 9th, 2011

Niagra Falls, Apr 9th, 2011

Niagra Falls - Journey Below The Falls, Ontario, Apr 9th, 2011

Niagra Falls, Apr 9th, 2011 

Niagra Falls - Rainbow, Ontario, Apr 9th, 2011

Takakkaw Falls - Canada's Largest Waterfall #1  Takakkaw Falls - Canada's Largest Waterfall #2

Takakkaw Falls - Canada's Largest Waterfall #3

(Previous Three Pictures) Takakkaw Falls - Canada's Largest Waterfall, British Columbia, June 14, 1989 - 1,248 foot waterfall

Elora Gorge "Tooth of Time", Ontario, May 23, 1999 - GPS: N43 41.447" x W80 25.936" (Islet Rock, aka the Tooth of Time, is a lone island of rocks and trees near the middle of the falls. In 1902, the mill owner wanted the rock removed because it was deflecting water against the walls of his mill, possibly leading to erosions. Instead, the town reinforced the rock with steel and cement in the hope that it would last forever. In this picture you can see one of the many kayakers jockeying in the rushing waters beneath the falls )

Elora Gorge "Tooth of Time", Ontario, Jun 30, 2003

Cunningham Falls State Park, Maryland, Jul 3, 1999 - 78 foot cascading waterfall

Cunningham Falls State Park, Maryland, Jul 3, 1999 - 78 foot cascading waterfall

Rock Glenn (main falls), Ontario, June 30th, 2000

Rock Glen (main falls), Ontario, June 30th, 2000 - 84 foot waterfall

Rock Glen (main falls), Ontario, June 30th, 2000 - 84 foot waterfall

Rock Glen (down stream), Ontario, June 30th, 2000

Rock Glen (main falls), Ontario, June 30th, 2000 - 84 foot waterfall

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Some Visitor Comments:

 

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Some links related to the above pictures:

Swallow Falls State Park home page for Swallow Falls State Park

Cunningham Falls State Park home page Cunningham Falls State Park

FallsCam Live Web Camera of Niagara Falls

History Channel: Niagara, a History of the Falls features images of the falls, information on the barrel brigade, a timeline, and daredevil trivia.

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