I found three waterfalls to show you this week from different parts of the world.
The Dominican Republic is in the eastern end of the island of San Domingo in the West Indies. The 60m high Salto Jimenoa Uno is one of three waterfalls round Jarabacoa in the province of Vera.
In Europe between France and Switzerland the 27m high Le Saut du Doubs is on the River Doubs.
|France - Le Saut du Doubs|
The Waikato River in the North Island is New Zealand's longest river. The Huka Falls on the river drain Lake Taupo.
|New Zealand - Huka Falls|
Upstream from the falls the river narrows from c100m into a narrow canyon only 15m across.
Now if I had a stamp for Niagara it would make a impressive set indeed.
For more water scenes float over to Sunday-stamps-ii-7.