Visitors jump the fence to access the top of the falls and disregard warnings of unstable cliffs
The view from the air. This shows the paths along the highly unstable edge. There is remnants of an old fence that has since collapsed to the falls below. The cleared section marks a popular selfie point.
View from the top. The top of the falls.
A casual walk along the tops of the falls, despite warnings of unstable cliffs, visitors frequent the upper rivers edge.
Hold me so I dont fall.
Whilst holding a child in one arm, this father supports his wife as she leans over into the chasm of the falls.
Underneath the falls is highly slippery and is a frequent spot for selfies.
Visitors scrambling along one of the paths now marked close to the rivers edge.
This visitor walks the path down the falls to get a closer look.
A family outing as the two children walk underneath the falls, as parents watch on from above.
Despite signs of a recent slippage, ignoring signs, this visitors walks along the edge of the cliffs to get a better look.
One of the rocks that visitors use for selfies not far from my original image. A once thriving area of moss, now the rocks barely have any remaining.
Making a run for it, the spray soaked the cavity under the falls.
A photographer sits on the edge of the falls. the falls are a 32 metre drop to the river bed below.
Russell Charters Images. This work is licensed under Creative Commons.