Water cannot flow backward at an angle, although sometimes it may appear to do so. This is the case with one waterfall in the West Maui Mountains, Hawaii. Strong winds blowing off the ocean head up the valley and water goes over the edge, only to be blown backwards by the wind.
The Fumaca (meaning smoke) Waterfall can appear to be rising like smoke. It’s the highest waterfall in Brazil and the water gets blasted by wind before ever touching the ground. This can make it appear to be rising like smoke.
I suggest standing on your head to view the waterfall. Although, NOT if you were viewing the Fumaca or this waterfall in Hawaii…that would defeat the purpose.
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