Thursday, May 9, 2013

Thanksgiving Point - Part 3





Several of the numerous falls that make up the huge Waterfall feature at Thanksgiving Point, Utah 

The Thanksgiving Point Waterfall structure is one of the world's largest man-made waterfalls, featuring man-made rock formations over 500 feet long and with peaks 25-50 feet tall. The four story pump station drops 40,000 gallons per minute over the formations, creating a dramatic waterfall backdrop for weddings, performances, and other events. The Waterfall Amphitheater can seat up to 3500 guests. This waterfall is a popular tourism spot with many festivals and events.

5 comments:

Sandra said...

they sure named it the right name. I like that last one, wow factor!

Robin Lamb said...

Karen, wonderful! They are done a tremendous job.
You too!!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

That is spectacular.

diane b said...

Wow it doesn't look man made. nice silky water

Andy said...

Great scenery and great photos by you.