Snow falling from a building rooftop in Shenyang, China, creates a cool ‘waterfall’ effect.
The Waterfall Swing at the 2011 World Maker Faire in New York. Now you can swing through a ‘waterfall’ without getting wet. How did we ever live without this revolutionary invention?
Jackass star Bam Margera and pro kayaker Steve Fisher recently plunged head first down a 100-foot waterfall in a tandem kayak. Margera got injured and hospitalized for hernia surgery after the fall. Video footage of the stunt, performed at Metlako Falls, Oregon, was released on Monday:
Would you like a cup of flaming Mexican coffee served with an awesome waterfall technique? The special coffee drink is made with tequila and Kahlua, set on fire, poured back and forth in gravy cups and finished with a cascading stream of blazing blue liquid landing in the guest’s glasses.Yum.
Another creative Japanese man-made waterfall that prints beautiful images in water. This one is located at the Osaka Station City. Watch the water printer in action:
Heavy rainfall in Paris, France turned this staircase above Lamarck-Caulaincourt Metro Station into a cascading waterfall.