08 October 2009

Bambarakiri Ella

This waterfall is situated in a very attractive location in Raththota area, pass Matale. You can reach here via Raththota – Pallegama Road.

There are two waterfalls (Maha Bamabarakiri Ella and Punchi Bambarakiri Ella) in the same location and the larger fall is shown in the photo. There is a small suspension bridge built in front of the waterfall to walk across the stream. You can view more photos of this beautiful waterfall, here.


Sunny said...

What a lovely waterfall and beautiful greenery.
Very nice picture.
Sunny :)

poefusion said...

I can't imagine a better combination than a beautiful waterfall and a suspension bridge leading to it. Those other photos are equally nice. Thanks for sharing. Have a great day.

Janith said...

wow, that's an interesting set of pictures K... but I do wonder what the concrete blocks on the waterfall are? :S

Prospero said...

A beautiful location. You have a picturesque country.

bikim said...

Gorgeous photos!! I'm always looking for great photographers.
Take care,

rainfield61 said...

There is calmness after rushing water. That feeling is good.

Linnea said...

It's like a water slide! Yahoo!

Kirigalpoththa said...

Thanks for your comments!

I will upload pictures of suspension bridge soon :)

Good observation. I too not sure on the exact purpose but those blocks have damaged the natural beauty of the location.
Initially I thought somebody has planned the bridge over that point. Also these can be remainder of a badly planned irrigation scheme or micro hydro plant. Just my assumptions only :)

Thanks for your compliments!

Thanks for your compliments! My photography is not that good… but the sceneries really makes me an above average photographer :)

Agree with you. The splendor of a waterfall lies on the change of speed of water at different levels.

Linnea W,
Looks like that but I did not want to try that :) May be the slope is bit too much

J Bar,
Thanks :)

Salitype said...

it is such a peaceful place to be, calming, relaxing!

Kirigalpoththa said...

Thanks Salitype :)

Janith said...

I agree with you a 100%, the blocks seem to serve no purpose but to destroy nature's beauty... :|

Kirigalpoththa said...

Only purpose is you can climb on to those and take a picture ;)
But that is an awful reason to damage the natural beauty..

George said...

Thanks for sharing this beautiful waterfall. That would be another nice one to add to our collection if we can ever make it to Sri Lanka.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Yep surely you can visit this among many others..this is not a difficult waterfall to reach. just 100m from the main road.

Photo Cache said...

I featured a waterfalls today too.


Unknown said...

a relaxing place, i'm sure. i could stay here and listen to the sounds of this waterfalls.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Photo cache / Luna Miranda,
Thanks a lot for your comments :)

BLS said...

Great to see all the photos looks like a great place to cool down on a hot day!

Kirigalpoththa said...

Many thanks for dropping by and for your comments!

Budget Traveler said...

The waterfalls look so tempting..makes me want to take a dip especially since it's so warm here in our place now.

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Marie said...

A stunning shot with a lovely nature scene. Thanks for sharing.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Budget Traveler,
Yep water is very tempting..in fact we took a dip a bit further down in the same stream :)

Thanks for dropping by and for your comments!

eileeninmd said...

It is a beautiful waterfalls, the area is very scenic.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Thanks for your comments!

http://graceolsson.com/blog said...

nice shot, dear

love it the slide at your sidebar..congrats

Kirigalpoththa said...

Thanks a lot for dropping by and for your comments!

Pat said...

I can almost hear the rushing water. I like the path the water takes rushing down the hill. Nice capture.

Anonymous said...

Very beautiful scene!

Happy WW

Arija said...

Beautiful waterfall and scenery. Sri Lanka is a very beautiful country.

Carol said...

Wonderful colors in the ledges and water... lovely falls... and the water might just be warm. Beautiful photo. Carol

Kirigalpoththa said...

Pat / Tricia / Arija / Carol.
Thanks all for your wonderful comments! :)