The above image was taken at the Natural Bridge in the Springbrook National Park,Queensland, Australia. The image is a composte of two images stitched together to form a panorama.
The movement of water can help to create interesting images. In order to capture images such as these it is essential to use a tripod, as shutter speeds close to 1 second or greater will be required. Generally a shutter speed of 1/8 of a second will start to blur the moving water, but with a tripod any shutter speeds up to 1/2 minute can be tried.