Image #2 Dried up Waterfall at White Tanks State Park
Original year taken 2012 at the White Tanks State Park. Normally after a rainstorm this waterfall is flowing intensely and the pathway leading up to the fall is in passable due to the rising water levels. Obviously on a day like back then, that was not a problem. You could still hear the water trickling down the waterfall. Though due to the heat, as you can see, the water level was quickly receding and drying up. One day I would like to revisit this waterfall in Arizona after a really good rain storm and capture some images.
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