Frequently afflicted with a camera. Loves to travel. Currently in Japan.
Japan's tallest waterfall tumbles down a bare granite face, flanked by a lush forest that encroaches into as many of the cracks in the rock as it can. The waterfall has been a site of worship for over 2,000 years, and is home to a collection of Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines that date back as far as the 4th Century. awesome beauty in Nature environment Flowing water forest forest photography holy sites idyllic Japan mountain nachinotaki nachiwaterfall Nature outdoors power in nature Rock rural scene Shrine of Japan tranquil scene water waterfall Been There. Perspectives on Nature