About 95% of the photos I’ve taken close-up of waterfalls I’ve ended up not liking for various reasons… mostly issues with the wrong depth of field. But a few I’ve really liked – in this case it was the blue reflection of the sky and multiple images of the sun caught frozen, along with the bokeh on the drops in the background.
This particular shot was taken at Curtiss Park in Saline, where I spent a good majority of a year and a half or so with my camera because it was the closest bit of outdoors available within an hour’s distance.
Exposure: 1/8000 seconds
Focal Length: 152 mm