Havasu Falls is a waterfall located in the Grand Canyon, Arizona. The water flows out of limestone, which gives it a pleasing blue-green hue, into a series of plunge pools.
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4 thoughts on “Havasu Falls – Grand Canyon’s Hidden Jewel”
i was fortunate
getting to work there.
gets deep brown
after rains 🙂
Splendide cascate nei dirupi del Grand Canion…
Immagini bellissime, un saluto,silvia
They look noisy!