After visiting Idaho on a road trip, Resource Travel's Michael Bonocore fell in love with the state, and moved there just three months later. One spot he hadn't yet visited was beautiful Shoshone Falls, which is 45 feet taller than world-famous Niagara Falls and arguably as spectacular. 

After a two hours in the car wondering if the light from the setting sun would still be there when he arrived, Michael struck gold:

'I didn’t take into account the fact that the sun would stop hitting the wall of water straight on well before the actual sunset time. But, as the diffused light cascading across the roaring waterfall, I was able to start getting some nice, evenly lit photos.

'And then, it happened.'

Find out what ensued and see even more photos from Michael's trip at Resource Travel. He's also provided some tips on shooting the falls should you end up visiting.