Standing within the passageways of the Trummelbach Falls in Switzerland’s Lauterbrunnen Valley is like standing in the middle of a bass drum. Millions of gallons of water rush through the narrow chasm pounding it’s way to the valley below.
Colorful walls within the Trummelbach Falls passageways.
Colette catches a shaft of sunlight deep within Trummelbach Falls.
Tourists enjoy the massive power of volumes of water coursing through one of Trummelbach Falls’ corkscrews.
Colette takes in the view of the houses in Lauterbrunnen Valley situated beneath the sheer canyon walls.
Switzerland’s Yosemite Valley
Lauterbrunnen Valley reminds me very much of California’s Yosemite Valley.
Inside the Veil
A veil of water courses down one of the many channels inside the Trummelbach Falls.