PHOTO OF THE DAY: Hidden waterfall

Photo by Kaspar Coward

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  1. Dominican to de bone
    June 6, 2012

    God has truly blessed Dominica with all its natural beauty.

    June 2, 2012

    Isle of Beauty, Isle of Splendour
    Isle to all so Sweet and Fair
    All must surely gaze in wonder
    At thy gift so Rich and Rare!!!!!

  3. Kaspar Coward
    June 2, 2012

    I should have stated that I do not think its a waterfall,but a river, as I was standing directly above it,with the camera lens pointing directly downwards.

  4. Kaspar Coward
    June 1, 2012

    Actually this photo was submitted minutes before I read about the pending fate of the Aerial Tram yesterday. This photo was taken from the suspension bridge at the top end of the trams route.
    BTW..forreal.. the name is genuine,and it has seen me through two armies.

  5. forreal
    June 1, 2012

    kaspah cowerd,you all got some interesting names brother,what’s that your stage name oh what,because if you such a coward,what you doing in this jungle,you’ll does kill me dead brother,lol

  6. Anonymous
    June 1, 2012

    This waterfall is located in pte michel…..

  7. ME R
    June 1, 2012


  8. Heaven
    June 1, 2012

    What beauty !!!! Heaven on Earth. The photo tells it all. Dominicans don’t just stand there. Say something. Do something to preserve, conserve, and protect our naturally beautiful Mother Dominica. Act now, not later. Tomorrow will be too late.

    Water is life. Water comes from the forests. Our watersheds are at risks through indiscreminate, unethical, illegal human activities. We must advocate and/or protest now for the sake of our Watersheds, in light of the deforestation and damage being done at Pond Casse. We must protect, by all means possible, the Morne trois Pitons nationa heritage site. It is at risk.

    The future environmental damage will be devastating. Our water resources would be affected with any serious construction projects in such areas.

    Worse yet, The Park’s laws have been disregarded. Planning Division has been disrespected. Forestry Division humiliated. Dominicans annoyed. Just look at the serene beauty. That’s a heavenly environment. Please allow our future generation to enjoy that serene beauty also.

    We must, as a people, rally and stop the damage Now. We are all part of our environment.

  9. Satelite
    June 1, 2012

    Where was this photo taken Mr. COWARD? I would love to think that’s this is somewhere in Dominica.

    DNO could you please confirm for the benefit of your valued readers, cause there is not much info in the heading.

    • Kaspar Coward
      June 2, 2012

      I’ve taken photos in many many countries , from St Vincent to St Petersburg, but none more beautiful than those of Dominica.
      Check out – Dominica ,Nature Island of the Caribbean – on Flickr

  10. Anonymous
    June 1, 2012

    I suspect there are many more like this, maybe even much bigger than trafalgar. With all these rivers, hills and valleys, it may take time to discover.

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