I was looking at some images I took in Hawaii in January and picked one of those images for this week. While photographing Akaka Falls, located about 20 minutes north of Hilo, the options to include the entire falls was a little more challenging since they are doing some construction on the path. Thus instead of trying to get the complete 442 foot falls in one picture, I pulled out my telephoto lens and looked at how a portion of the falls may look as the photograph. I took quite a few pictures doing this, and quickly found you lost the whole perspective of 442 feet. However in the following image by including part of the depression in the rock wall you start to get the perspective of size once again showing two images how two captures can tell a entirely different story.