This is an interesting place to go. A waterfall about 10m/15m tall in a hole in the ground. Access is easy but make sure you find the path, not easy in summer as it is overgrown. Either way you will make your way to the bottom, but there are steep cliffs, your entry could be a lot quicker than you anticipated and possibly fatal. Not a place to mess around. I have marked the rough position of the entry/exit route on the diagram. it is a steep slippery journey but should not entail scrambling and certainly not climbing.
Parking is limited to one vehicle, the track to the east is used regularly by farm vehicles. I've no idea what the legal access situation is, so best not to upset anyone. I'm a little surprised that some busy body hasn't already fenced it off or filled it in. Can't see the landowner being that bothered, it's of no value to him or her but could prove to be a liability. Just tread softly and be polite if challenged.
THE WATERFALL 2
HALF A WATERFALL (Thought you needed a change)
THE WORLD OUTSIDE
AND FINALLY A WATERFALL
You need to go after heavy rain, so it is going to be wet, sometimes very wet! Wellies are a good idea and not your best clothes. Wide angle lens, zoom, prime the choice is yours, there isn't a lot of room so you get a fair bit of distortion with wide angle. A tripod is a necessity some of these exposures were 13s at 100 ISO and 1/8ths at 800 ISO. All the full views with exception of the last are stitched panoramas either vertical or horizontal. If you have a big flash gun then it may come in handy especially in winter, when, though the leaf cover is absent the sun doesn't reach the bottom.
Hope you enjoy this rather different venue, Happy Snapping.
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