Darling River Falls
At the start of day two of our West Coast Trail Trek, I headed over to the small creek called the Darling River to get some water. The creek flows quite a bit near its mouth, but there is a large basin of still water just before the mouth. It's a bit of a walk around the basin to get to flowing water. There is a small waterfall where the creek becomes visible. It's a tough angle to photograph, so I stood my tripod up in the water a few feet from the ege and took a couple of shots. Unless you really want to get your feet wet, you can't reach the waterfall. I haven't seen any photographs of what these falls look like in a more typical year where the creeks along the West Coast Trail are higher.
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