I think I'm still mesmerized by the ice formations at Indian Falls. And the fact that we may never see the like again is part of the intrigue! In the meantime, it's inspiration to make the effort and get out there and visit more places, take more photos.
It was the blue curtains of ice that fascinated us the most, both the colour and how they hung down from layers of rock underneath the top of the cliff. Undoubtedly the morning sun helped bring out the colour.
The huge lumpy pile of yellowy ice on the south side was the main waterfall, located where the creek falls during the rest of the year, and containing the biggest volume of ice.
But those vertical columns of ice just kept drawing me back. This section seemed to lack the strong bluish colour, but was an incredible wall of icicles..
The blue ice curtains on the north side though, dropping straight out of the rock, were incredible.
Perhaps I'm using too many superlatives - you just had to be there!
Then again, perhaps not. This was certainly unique among waterfalls around here!
Eventually we had to turn and head back down the valley. This is one place we'll be coming to explore more often over the year.
We had a last look up the valley at the waterfalls and congratulated ourselves for getting out here and seeing it! Then we went looking for fabric.