I have seen and photographed a lot of waterfalls in the world, but none as spectacular as Iguazu Falls on the border of Argentina and Brazil. It's hard to describe it because it's so huge and there are so many parts of it; a single photograph doesn't even come close to showing its entirety. This picture is one section of the falls on the Brazil side. I took it while standing on a walkway that was built to give visitors an unparalleled experience of being surrounded by the thunderous water. The biggest challenge was keeping water drops off the lens. I used a lens shade and had a microfiber cloth to constantly wipe the glass clean. I specifically used a fast shutter speed to freeze the fast-moving water so I could show what I was seeing. My settings were 1/1000, f/14, and 400 ISO. I captured this with a 24mm focal length.