This was taken this past summer when I was visiting Yosemite National Park. This is a picture of the iconic Yosemite Falls. We often see pictures trying to highlight the massive size of the waterfall. Sometimes size is all about perspective. Sometimes a closeup with other things in front create the same feeling of size. The attempt was to highlight the size of this massive waterfall, but to give a perspective that is often not seen. This was taken with a 300 mm lens and using depth of field to highlight the falls. Although the whole waterfall does not appear in the picture the trees in front and the fact that the waterfall disappears out of the picture at the top and behind a hill in the front give the idea that there is something massive. It is all about perspective and sometimes getting away from the norm.