We had some rather Portland-esque weather up in the Atherton Tablelands yesterday, but that didn’t keep us from hitting the waterfall circuit that can be found there. In some ways, the circuit very much reminded me of the one found along the Columbia River Gorge’s scenic highway. The first fall we visited was Millaa Milla falls – a tall and regal waterfall cascading down about 60 feet (18.3 meters) into a placid swimming hole.
To be honest, despite its beauty, I found myself trying to focus on capturing small details to showcase this waterfall rather than just fitting it all in one frame. I used myA7r and Sony 70-200/4 to focus tightly on the top right crest of the fall because I liked how the foliage flanked the water – nature framing nature. I then transferred the photo over to my iPad Air and edited it in and and then shared it here. Viola!