Theodore Roosevelt called this waterfall the “Eighth Wonder of the World.” It is indeed spectacular, providing an almost constant flow of 100 million gallons of water a day. The water comes from underground springs above and at the falls. The waterfall is so vast that an overview diminishes its energy. Instead of showing the entire waterfall here, I abstract it, and show only half of just one of its many cascades. This is a color image, giving just enough of a bluish green hue to the water to bring it to life. By spot metering on the white water, the surrounding rocks get darker, and take on the form of giant hooded figures. Water gushes between them as well. You can almost hear and feel the rush of water as it strikes the basin at the foot of the cascade.