This cascade's waters reverse when there's heavy rain and strong winds.
The ocean's string winds hit the cliffs hard enough to drive the water up.
In heavy winds, the Amboli Hills in the Western Ghats one of the greatest spots to see a reverse waterfall.
Cliffs of Moher on the western side are beautiful and give you a dramatic view of the ocean.
High winds updraft the falling water, causing it to blow back upstream, forming a reverse waterfall.
The strong winds hitting the towering cliffs send the flowing waters upwards in a misty spray.
Strong winds causing the Maule River's waters to flow upwards in the other direction, forming a reverse cascade.
This scene is only visible after heavy rains and strong gusts while driving on the highway.
This cascade's mist comes from its waters falling at least 1100 feet through rugged rocks.
Rjúkandi Waterfalls run upward due to strong winds.