This is one of the popular tourist and photographic destinations in Iceland -- Seljalandsfoss Waterfall. When photographing waterfalls, you have to make a decision whether the water will be sharp or blurred. I like both effects. In this instance, I used a shutter speed of 1/320 to retain definition in the falling water. My other settings were f/11 and 200 ISO. I took this with a 24mm focal length on a 24-105mm lens. In post-processing, I added clarity, a touch of contrast, and a touch of saturation. I shot film for so many years, and it still amazes me how much creative control we have with our digital images.