Dean M. Chriss
Lower Calf Creek Falls
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Perpetual waterfalls in the southwest deserts are extremely rare and sometimes
spectacular. This photograph was made as high
winds blew the falling water in various directions, including the vantage
point of this photograph. Lower Calf Creek Falls is 126-feet (38 m) high.
Before reaching this waterfall Calf Creek tumbles 88 feet (27 m) over
Upper Calf Creek Falls.