One of the many great things about the Upper Peninsula of Michigan is the number of waterfalls you can get to without too much trouble. This photo was taken at Wagner Falls in Munising, just off the main road, with only a few hundred feet walk from the parking area.
I've always found it fascinating how just changing where you put the camera can vastly change the picture of the same scene. I ended up with three photos I liked from this stop. The other two shots shown on the page were taken from a close to normal eye-level view of the falls, while the main one (at top) was taken by using a small tripod that puts the camera about eight inches off the ground.
Lower Part of Falls
These settings are from the main photo of these three, shown at the very top of the page.
Camera: Canon EOS 80D
Exposure: 1/5 seconds
Focal Length: 17mm