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Silverfallet, Skoevde, Sweden.

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Silverfallet is a very charming fall, 60 meters long and running down staircases of different rock. There are 3 different kinds of rock under this fall. But the fall is lovely, the water covers the rocks in thin beautiful cascades of veils. This is just the upper part. We'll follow it on it's way down through the beautiful wood in the next days.

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Elfie

It was, Varda!! We had seen pictures but the real thing was the very best!! Thanks so very much!!

It's so funny, Ann, because this is one of those falls where you actually have many. 60 meters farther down is the foot of it but it varies very much on its way down. I'll try to show it!! Thanks so very much!!

annjax

Now this is more to my liking. It's fairly small--at least this part--shady and seemingly private, also appears a lot more gentle(though it may not be!), & beautiful with a character of its own. In this photo it seems to be gently calling to come & play at its foot. Thanks Hanne & Bent...........

Plumpossum

What a delight it must have been to come upon this beautiful waterfall!

Elfie

Anyway, we try, Ank!! I'm very glad that you thind we succeed!! Thanks so very much!

Thanks a lot gnt!!

I think there are some good shots among, Ardy!! Thanks so very much!!

Don't you think it's because it's so light and veil-like?? Thanks so very much Jan!!

JiggyBelle

Another wonderful waterfall. Bent's photos are always beautiful. But, this one is particularly so. Very nice, Hanne. Thank you so much.

ringleader

Beautiful, Hanne. Thanks for sharing. I like having something to look forward to. This promises to be delightful.

gnt1041

great photo

puzzeljac

Lovely, you two find the most beautiful places. Thanks

Elfie

Thanks so very much, Sandy, he is flattered!!

Thanks so very much Michelle, so glad you like it!!

puzzaddled

Simply beautiful... Thank you.

chickiemama

Oh, I love this photo. Bent did a wonderful job of capturing it. Thanks Hanne.