Ruby Falls Tn.
...you have really good possibilities for emprovement!
1. Composition. Wider angle lens and closer walk to waterfall (including water where it falls in) would make it keeper!
2. Light is changing there all the time. Would be better to see other light than "magenta chromatic aberration effect lighting".
3. ISO 3200, 1/50 sec, f2.8 - is funny too. With wide angel and SR on you can easily take shots at less than 1/50. Let's say 1/2 in burst mode from hand(!) would give every third pic as perfect keeper. So, ISO 800 or even 400 might give better tonal quality if picture, better looking falling water.
We are in Chattanooga Tn. on vacation and just love the caves and Ruby Falls.-- hide signature --
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