Here’s an inspiring selection of international waterfall photographs from selected GlobalEye Photographers showing that even the smaller, less-known cascades can offer some fantastic photo opportunities for a talented photographer… and great viewing for everyone else. If you’re a waterfall buff, make sure you keep count and see how many you recognise!

Hopetoun Falls in the Otways forest, along the Great Ocean Road, Victoria Australia. Photo © Mark Eden

Wailua Falls, Kauai, Hawaii. Wailua double waterfalls in Kauai, Hawaii. Photo © Doris Miocinovic

Pha Suam waterfall and swing bridge Bolaven Plateau Laos. The beautiful Pha Suam waterfall and swing bridge on the Bolaven Plateau in Laos. Photo © Sally Hill

Curtis Falls, Mt Tamborine. After some heavy rainfall in the Gold Coast hinterland, Curtis falls, Mt Tamborine has a good flow of water over it causing some nice rapids down stream. Photo © Leon O’Neil

Lady Evelyn Falls on the Kakisa River, Northwest Territories, Canada Lady Evelyn Falls on the Kakisa River, Northwest Territories, Canada. Photo © Tyrrell Mendis

Cascading waterfall. Dickson Falls Dickson Falls. Fundy National Park, New Brunswick, Canada. Photo © Mike Grandmaison

Waterfall at a mountain lake. A little stream falls down the rocks into Lake Koenigssee.
Germany, Bavarian Alps. Photo © Uli Wende

Ellinja Waterfalls on the Millaa Millaa Waterfalls Circuit in the southern Atherton Tablelands of Tropical North Queensland. Photo © Christian Botella

Rainbow Waterfalls. An intense rainbow briefly appears in a cave next to a larger falls and moments later it is gone forever. Photo © Paul Thomson

Waterfall plunging into Milford Sound, New Zealand, with two intrepid kayakers paddling up to the base. Milford, New Zealand, 2014 Photo © Jeremy Wood

A cloud of spray rises above Victoria Falls. Victoria Falls, one of the largest waterfalls in the world, is on the Zambezi River on the Zimbabwe – Zambia border. Spectacular views can be obtained from either country especially from the other side of the gorge. It is possible to go white water rafting below the falls or take a sunset cruise above the falls. Photo © Heather Farish

Isabella Falls near Cooktown, Far North Queensland, Australia. Photo © Ray Gudgeon

Turpin Falls, Langley via Kyneton, Victoria Turpin Falls Photo © Ian Gill

Frozen River Etive, Rannoch Moor. Frozen waterfall on the River Etive at dusk, Rannoch Moor, Scotland Photo © Adam Brooker

Niagara Falls. A view from the bottom of the Horseshoe falls, Niagara, Canada. Photo © Rob Nyffenegger

Popular and famous Millaa Millaa Waterfalls on the Millaa Millaa Waterfalls circuit in the southern Atherton Tablelands. Tropical North Queensland. Photo © Christian Botella

Far North Queensland Waterfall in Far North Queensland Australia. Pool and rocks in foreground with cascading waterfall behind Photo © Graeme Lawry

Serenity Falls at Buderim Forest Park. A watery green oasis hidden close by to Buderim and Mooloolaba on the Sunshine Coast, QLD. Photo © Leon O’Neil

Nellies Glen Waterfall on the Barrengarry Creek at Nellies Glen in Morton National Park. Photo © Rodney Garnett

Blencoe Falls Spectacular Blencoe Waterfalls in the Girringun National Park. Blencoe creek plunges 90m to the pool below, before cascading a further 230m to the base of the gorge. West of Cardwell, Wet Tropics World Heritage site, Tropical North Queensland, Australia. Photo © Christian Botella

Pha Suam waterfall and swing bridge Bolaven Plateau Laos The beautiful Pha Suam waterfall and swing bridge on the Bolaven Plateau in Laos. Photo © Sally Hill

Scottish waterfall in Autumn Long exposure of a small waterfall showing foam trail across the surface of the water, River Allan, Scotland Photo © Adam Brooker

Russell Falls Russell Falls, Tasmania, Australia Photo © Mark Eden

Twin Falls, Kakadu National Park – in the middle of this you can see a couple of rangers checking for crocodiles as this is a popular swimming spot for visitors. Photo © David C Hancock

Christine Falls Christine Falls, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, USA Photo © David Anderson

Finnich Glen View up Finnich Glen, Scotland Photo © Adam Brooker

Extreme whitewater rafters running Mosier Falls in the Columbia River Gorge in Northern Oregon. This falls rarely has enough water to make it possible to run, only during the heavy spring rains combined with snow melt from nearby Mt. Hood is it possible to attempt. Photo © Paul Thomson

Erskine Falls Erskine Falls, sunny, spring, near Lorne, Australia, 2016 Photo © Jeremy Wood

Augrabies Falls Augrabies Falls National Park, South Africa Photo © Johan Truter

Behind Upper Butte Creek Falls Behind Upper Butte Creek Falls, Butte Creek Park, Oregon, USA. Photo © David Anderson

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30 Stunning Waterfall Images From Around The World
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