I took a trip to one of our natural cascades here in Nova Scotia. Water scenes are always a challenge since slow exposures will show motion well and faster exposures show detail such as individual droplets of water. Each method has its advantages but these photos were mostly taken at a shutter speed of 1/8 second. Usually I use both techniques. Using fast exposures to freeze droplets of water and photographing with close up lenses can have spectacular results combined with back light reflections and refractions. Next time!