Pedernales Falls - Falls Trail Photos

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falls using blue filter
blue filter on my camera (Photo by jimmy peace)
upper falls
just a pic of the falls (Photo by jimmy peace)
stone work
just some of the pockets carved by nature (Photo by jimmy peace)
always wondered if this was a spring (Photo by jimmy peace)
Water Channels
Running water has carved passages through the rock over time. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Water Cave
Spotted this water cave. The other side of the river is private property. The people you see on the rocks above should not have been there. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Not exactly Niagara Falls, but nice nonetheless. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Another View Of Pedernales River
This is another view of the river and the beautiful trees along its banks. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Pedernales River
This is a view of the scenic Pedernales River. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Wildflowers were in full bloom along the trail. (Photo by Lone_Star)
The Falls Trail is actually a series of connected trails that take you down to different spots along the river. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Entrance Sign
This is the sign at the entrance of the park. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Pedernales Falls
Pedernales Falls during a drought so there wasn't much water flowing. (Photo by tjbustem)
Pedernales Falls
Looking down on Pedernales Falls. The true extent of the falls cannot be captured in one picture. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Though the falls descend over sloping rock layers the rapid descent of water is enough to produce the roar of falling water. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
A closer look
Looking upstream to the sloping rock portion of the Pedernales Falls. Here the slant of the rock layers to the right show the geologic feature that forms the falls. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
The maze portion of the falls downstream from the slanted rock layers provides numerous climbing and crawling opportunities. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Pedernales Flooding
A view of the Pedernales River flooding. This area of the country experiences catastrophic flooding and the river is extremely dangerous at these levels. Note the difference between this shot and the wide angle shot earlier. (Photo by geoiii)
Pedernales Falls
photo by J.Lavin (Photo by pixistixs)
Go for a swim?
The trail ends then your on your own to find your way through these... (Photo by msuda)
Photo 2
You might need climb this too! (Photo by msuda)