This is the view that greeted us on our arrival at Wallaman Falls. The gorge was completely full of mist.
This is the story of what we should have been witnessing. These falls are claimed to be the longest single drop in the Southern Hemisphere.
On our way down the trail we found other sights to stop and wonder at. The water droplets on this grass was one of them.
To prove that we actually made it to the falls base.
There was a slight breeze coming up the gorge from the right and driving the mist up the rock wall to the left, this water then ran back into the base pool.
It's not my imagination going wild but while we were at the falls base a brief ray of sunshine made itself evident and provided a faint rainbow in the mist at water level. Surely you can see it too!
On the way back up the trail I contented myself with taking some photographs of various fungi growing in the damp conditions. At least I was having a much required breather at the same time.
Another variety here.
Still another, this was only the varieties we noticed.
A team of ants was busily engaged in transporting this unfortunate butterfly back to their nest. The ants were working well as a team too.
Not sure wether this is a 'yeti' in the forest but it was following me up the trail. I think it became wetter inside the Poncho than outside by the time we reached the top of the trail.
A large proportion of the rock along the trail was impregnated with green stone as this photograph displays.
The view of the falls that eluded us on our arrival. What a magnificent sight. Well worth the visit. We were actually on those rocks in the bottom right of this photograph.