I am at McArthur-Burney Falls in Northern California. The trail to the base of the falls is closed for maintenance, so I can't get a good perspective. From the remaining overlook, I am shooting down at the falls (not my favorite perspective). The face of the falls is wide, and is bracketed by trees so that one can only see a part of the falls from any one viewpoint. To deal with that, I took three photos, moving my tripod about 15 feet between each shot. I then photomerged the three shots to get a composite that shows almost all of the falls as one image, a view that cannot be seen in real life. I am happy with the result.
The falls flow in two layers - a primary surface flow that drops over the edge in two main streams,
and an underground river that breaks into the air in a horizontal plane separating two rock types. The result is a thin curtan of tiny waterfalls spread over a wide front.