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4月 08 2009

Havasu Creek Waterfall, Arizona

Published by at 23:00 under Photo of the Day

http://photography.nationalgeographic.com/photography/photo-of-the-day/havasu-creek-waterall-pod.html

Havasu Creek Waterfall, Arizona

Photograph by Suzanne Mathia

This Month in Photo of the Day: Nature

Nestled 3,000 feet [900 meters] deep into Havasu Canyon lies the land of the Havasupai. The native Indians are named for the area, the people of the Blue Green. The area is known around the world for its blue waters and spectacular waterfalls. Havasu Creek, a year-round stream with incredible aquamarine water, flows by the village and descends another 1,400 feet [425 meters], passing over five waterfalls. Navajo Falls is the most secluded and is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful places on Earth.

This photo and caption were submitted to My Shot.

 

译文:

哈瓦苏溪瀑布,亚利桑那

摄影:Suzanne Mathia

本月每日一图的主题是:自然

深达3000英尺(900米)的哈瓦苏峡谷位于哈瓦苏派地区。当地的印弟安部落得名于此,即当地语碧水人家的意思。这个地区因碧水和飞瀑而闻名于世。拥有令人难以置信的碧绿溪水的哈瓦苏溪是一条以一年为周期的季节性溪流,它绕村而过,落差1400英尺(425米),形成了超过5个瀑布。其中最隐秘的纳瓦伙瀑布群被许多人认为是地球上最美丽的地方之一。



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