One of the most photographed waterfalls in America is Multnomah in Oregon's Columbia River Gorge. At 620 feet, it's the second highest year-round waterfall in the nation. It was a rainy morning before 7 am when I took this, so I lucked out by being the only one there. No jostling for tripod space. My goal was to get the entire falls, from precipice to splashpool, in the photo. I could have used my ultrawide, but I didn't want the distortion I would have gotten with this lens. So I ended up stitching together 11 images into a vertical panorama. Okay, so it's not quite as ambitious as the 83 images National Geo used to photograph the world's tallest redwood, but it's my most ambitious vertical pano to date.