In June I was lucky enough to be able to visit Yosemite. The waterfalls were in full flow and the power of the water took my breath away!
This photo was taken with my DSLR and I was surprised that I got anything useable as the spray from the falls was horizontal and filled the air....it was like standing in a heavy rainstorm with the water moving straight at the camera. I covered the camera lens with my hand until the last second and quickly pressed the shutter button, with no time to compose the photo properly. I was amazed that I managed to get a photo before the lens was covered in water.
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17 mm (35mm equiv.)