Kansas Waterfall

September 17, 2018

Seirer_180916_1010758.jpgSeirer_180916_1010758.jpgKansas Waterfall Water cascades down a rock cliff at the Geary County State Lake, south of Junction City. The flow over the 35-foot waterfall, just below the lake dam, varies greatly. Heavy rains, typically in the spring, can produce vast quantities of fast-moving water, but in a dry summer no water at all might kiss the rocks. This year, August rains have kept the falls flowing, though the volume is middling.

Water cascades over a rock cliff at the Geary County State Lake, south of Junction City. The flow over the 35-foot waterfall, just below the lake dam, varies greatly. Heavy rains, typically in the spring, can produce vast quantities of fast-moving water, but in a dry summer no water at all might kiss the rocks. This year, August rains have kept the falls flowing, though the volume is middling.


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