This small unnamed creek in the Dorrigo National Park crosses the path as you walk down to the Crystal Shower Falls. I wasn't satisfied with the image from the pathway, so scrambled very carefully down to this spot, where I could see the fallen logs crossing the stream. I spent about half an hour here taking images trying to find the best composition. I love the contrasts between the lush vegetation and the brown of the riverbed.
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Captured at Wanggalooba Creek on Fraser Island, this crystal clear fresh water creek amazed me. A 20 minute walk from Central Station leads you along and down to Wangalooba creek, one of the most amazing spots we have ever had the pleasure of visiting.
The sand is white on the creek bed, and with just a few inches of water flowing over the top it looks dry, until you see the glistening water surface. I ducked down the creek banks and made my way down the creek, scoping out compositions on the way, before I found this.
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Crystal Shower Falls in full flow, cascade over the cliff edge through the lush rainforest in the Dorrigo National Park. This unusual aspect of the falls requires careful foot placement as you navigate off the path. These falls are unique in that there is an amazing cave you can walk behind the falls to.
Capture Video Here - https://youtu.be/pxYnLHNiWLE?t=610