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This a harder waterfall to photograph - mainly because there are so many trees blocking the easiest vantages to reach. For shooting from the base of the upper tiers an ultra wide lens will be extremely handy. From the base of the main part of the falls a more standard zoom range is fine, but if you want to try and frame both segments in one shot an ultra wide lens will again be useful. During high water the spray can be quite heavy, particularly in front of the lower tier and at the base of the uppermost tier of the left segment of the main part of the falls. The falls face east-northeast and see direct sunlight in the morning hours while becoming shaded in the later afternoon by the high ridge to the north of the creek.