"Rainbows are a gift, a natural phenomenon. But they’re not made simply out of sunshine and cotton candy skies
When you look up to see a rainbow, you’re seeing a reflection and refraction of light. The ingredients for such a spectacle include warm and beautiful sunshine, dark, ominous clouds and some of the most gloomy weather imaginable. In fact, most rainbows appear after a horrendous storm. The very sight of a rainbow itself is based completely on perspective. At the right viewpoint, you can see a rainbow glistening, will all of its miraculous colors shining vividly. Yet someone a few miles away beneath the same stormy clouds cannot see the colors, the light, the beauty
So when you’re feeling the weight of the world, the darkness all around you, the failures that follow close behind, remember that your rainbow is not far away. You’re merely collecting the ingredients to make Earth’s most beautiful miracle 🌈 📸: @thelovelyescapist⠀" - @theclumsytraveler ✨
To clear the confusion, there is the Sabie falls, and the Sabie Waterfalls route which comprises of quite a few waterfalls, some of which are also part of the Panorama route. The Sabie falls is such a hidden treasure and you actually drive above it unaware of what lies below. The waterfall is under a bridge on the outskirts of Sabie as you drive towards Graskop. A short route takes you to the edge of the waterfall. If you are more curious you can take a hike down to the base or abseil down.