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The two upper tiers of Rachor Falls are quite photogenic, but the big drop is hard to see, let alone photograph. This isn't a waterfall which is particularly recommended for photography in the first place, but for the intrepid few who will manage to visit with the goal of portraying the falls in a flattering light, the best opportunities are of the upper tier. The falls face anywhere from west to south and are heavily shaded until the afternoon hours (during the winter the falls may not received any direct sunlight).