Te Urewera National Park
The central white rectangle of the falls consists of threads of silky water of near equal thickness that make a strange interruption to the evergreen world of Urewera's forest. I framed it fairly much in the middle of the image with tree branches and ferns leaning inwards to break up the feeling of receding distance and to allow the waterfall to come forward toward the viewer. The long shutter speed required to get everything in focus caused the ferns to dance about in the foreground and the water to turn silky.
Taken on Asahi Pentax 6/7. 75mm lens. 100 ASA. Ektachrome film. Aperture F22.