As you can tell, there had been more rain fall prior to the image below. The images were taken about two weeks apart. The image below was taken on August 19.
Back in May, we got a lot of rain and the falls looked like this.
The best time to photograph these images is early in the morning (within one hour of sunrise), or on an overcast day. You need to be able to shoot with a shutter speed between 1 and 3 seconds in order to make the water silky, which means you must have a tripod and preferably a cable or remote shutter release. If you have a DSLR camera, you set your ISO at 100 and your fstop as high as it will go (f16-f25). Then you experiment with your shutter speed to get the look of the water.
I've got images of this water fall with almost no flow and I've got it frozen in the winter when temperatures were in the teens. Like I said, every time I visit this place, it is different. It is my photo happy place. Find yourself a photo happy place and return to it often. You'll discover just how photogenic it really is.
My plan is to enlarge a few of my images, frame them and hang them in the hallway of our home. Have a blessed week-end.