As I’ve often mentioned in various posts, one of the most important skills a photographer can have (in my opinion) is gathering multiple photos from a single scene or location. To me it makes the trip more worth while, but it also shows more of what it’s like to experience the sight itself. I’m guessing this isn’t one of the most traditional shots of Kegon Falls, but perhaps that’s part of the reason I like it. I think it shows a little bit of how much lush growth there is around this beautiful waterfall. Perhaps one day I can visit for the Fall colors – I’m sure it’s spectacular.
Camera: Nikon D7000
Lens: Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8
Shot Info: f/11 | 1/2sec | ISO100 | 14mm