|Title||Victoria Falls, Zambia_HCH_2014-03-01|
|Project||World with FotoIN|
|Location||Victoria Falls, Zambia (-17.89478874206543, 25.844392776489258)|
|Date||03/01/2014, 1:03:07 pm|
Unable to keep our curiosity down, we headed for the falls once more. Just barely approaching the opposing wall again was insane. Massive, rich, torrential rain. The noise was overwhelming.
Every passing second millions of liters of water would plunge down this huge vertical cliff, 100 meters high or more, and then the water would explode on impact, bursting back up in the air, going up and up, being pushed further by new explosions in an endless sequence that has been going on like this for millions of years. Because of this, the mist rises above the falls, creating a thick cloud of water that gives permanent rain (on the left side of the photo you can see the opposing cliff from where we first approached the falls).