This photo was taken yesterday, when it was very cold, rainy and even snowing in the Grampians. The Silverband Falls are waterfalls located in the Grampians National Park, in western Victoria, Australia. Fed by Dairy Creek, the horsetail falls are characterised by a narrow band of water that tumbles over a small rock face and then disappears into a rocky base. The creek re-emerges some 50 metres west of the falls.
Early European visitors to the falls named it Silverband because of its narrow stream of water.