Thursday, April 1, 2010

91/365 - Hungarian Falls

A small seasonal waterfall with a bright red streambed.
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Hungarian Falls is a beautiful series of waterfalls (and a deep gorge) just down the road from my house. I've photographed it during the spring melt a few times before.

This is just a small seasonal waterfall on a side stream (which doesn't even flow during the summer!), but with beautiful red sandstone in the streambed. The waterfalls like at the Keweenaw Fault, which separates the beautiful red Jacobsville Sandstone from the darker (and greyer) Portage Lake volcanic flows.

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