We drove along the coastline of the Sea of Okhotsk, heading towards Utoro, where we would spend the night. Floating and beached ice lined the shore.
We stopped at Oshin-Koshin Waterfall, beside the highway. This is an Ainu name, meaning a place where many Ezo Spruce grow. Some of the water is visible, as you can see here, some flows under the ice and snow.
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It is actually a forked waterfall, with two separate flows. One flow is visible and the other is almost entirely covered by ice and snow, but just visible here.