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While you will be able to easily photograph parts of this waterfall with any focal length, an ultra wide angle lens will make your life much easier when composing this waterfall. Viewpoints accessed without crossing the creek are all very in-your-face, or require positioning ones self at somewhat precarious places. If you can find your way across the creek though, there will be considerably more leeway (though the foreshortening will start to take effect). The falls face east and are surrounded with tall timber, so the morning hours will produce spotty high contrast, while the evening hours will see the falls shaded.
A wide angle lens is almost a must for this waterfall. All available viewpoints are much too close to the falls to frame the whole thing with anything wider than 18mm. Lots of thick forest around the creek means bad contrast during the high hours of the day. The falls face east, so plan on shooting in the later afternoon.