I've been meaning to pay more attention to my color photography for quite some time, but keep getting distracted with B&W IR. Here's something from my trip across the states last October, which brought me through lovely Arkansas.
The waterfall you see here is the result of a short cave that you can crawl back into if you are so inclined. You crawl through the shallow streambed in a horizontally flat passageway, between two hard layers of limestone where the softer layer between them has eroded away. Farther inside is an underground waterfall, between twenty and thirty feet tall. I found it quite unnerving to be in a cavern with water pouring into it from the ceiling. I had actually managed to crawl through the water with my camera and tripod with the intent of getting a shot of the rare (to me) spectacle, but lost my nerve entirely too soon. The only way out was to stoop down and crawl back the way you came. Fun, nonetheless.
Critiques are always welcome.
Sigma DC 10-20 @ 10mm
ISO 200, 2s @ F/10
I had not known that the previous fall was called Eden Falls, but I did a little research and I recognized it right away. So yes. I've got shots of that one, too, but figure one waterfall from one location is enough for my gallery at the moment.
I know you posted some Arkansas photos last year. Did you make it here? Short, but top-notch hike if you haven't been there.