Havasu Waterfall is near the Havasupai Indian Reservation in the Grand Canyon. Havasu Falls is approximately 80 feet high, where the turquoise waters of Havasu Creek plunge from the cliff face above down to a large, pool of water below.
Havasu Falls is possibly one of the most beautiful sights in the Grand Canyon, the Havasu Falls is a desert oasis, complete with crystal blue waterways and gushing falls that add an almost surreal quality to the dry canyon backdrop.
This time-lapse was captured with a custom pan head and focus motor with Dynamic Perception controller. The 8 mile hike with a 28 pound backpack just added to the experience.