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Middle Hungarian Falls

An old favorite: Hungarian falls. The Hungarian falls are actually an extensive series of waterfalls, large and small, expressed along the Keweenaw fault. That great fault makes for some spectacular drops, including this "middle" falls. Despite their huge size, most of these waterfalls are only a trickle during the summer -- but they really come to life during the spring melt!


Previous views of these falls: the same middle falls from a different view (notice the rocks, which are in front of you in this photo), the huge lower falls, the uppermost falls, and a seasonal side fall.


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Taken on April 14, 2011