I was more than sure that the name of this waterfall in Keda municipality (region of Adjara) is Queen Tamar Waterfall, and was surprised latter to learn official name is Makhuntseti Waterfall.
No matter of the name, it is just second waterfall I have discovered in Georgia (the other been located behind Tbilisi sulphur baths in Abanotubani district). Waterfalls and water are great for photography. It was in the morning, we left hotel Sputnik in Batumi (in last evening I arranged a taxi driver to take us on the ride to Khulo from Batumi) and this waterfall was our first stop.
It was pretty early still, no tourists on site. The morning was still covered in mist and it was a little bit freezing.
There are some small cafeteria located near this waterfall, probably it would be nice to enjoy a cup of coffee here. At the time we arrived here, everything was still closed.
A small channel formed from waterfall
Very lovely place for a photography. Could spend hours with long exposures here.