Click or tap on an image to browse the available photographs of horsetail waterfalls. For these photographs, a horsetail waterfall is broadly defined as the flow of water over
a rock face where the water remains in contact with the rock surface, and the shape of the waterfall is long and thin, similar to a horse's tail. Images are arranged
alphabetically by country, region and waterfall name. If you want to find out more about these waterfalls,
a full description of each photo location is provided on
Waterfall Seasons - The Waterfall Guide. I have personally visited all of these locations.