Photographer's Note

It was quite dangerous to take this photo, as I leaned into the deep, clinging to a thin tree, and hanging my tripod over it to be able capture as much of this breathtaking waterfall as possible.

The waterfall Boka is one of the most fluid and generally the most magnificent waterfalls in our country.
Here the waters gathered in the Kanin Mountains encounter a mighty threshold.
Its volume varies depending on the season and precipitation, but Boka is most worth seeing in the late spring when the thick layers of snow melt on Kanin and up to a hundred tons of water per second falls into the depths.
The waterfall falls freely 106 m and immediately after that another 30 m in an incline.
the waterfall can be clearly seen from the road from Žaga to Bovec.
From the viewing place on the left side of the bridge a marked path branches off to the foot of the waterfall.
From the curve on the other side of the bridge is the starting point of the path which ends directly above the source and it takes one hour and a half to get there.

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Additional Photos by Marton Ocskay (ocskaymarci) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 569 W: 388 N: 812] (2832)
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