I was surprised at some of your comments yesterday, saying you enjoyed the pictures with railings in them. Going back over the post it opened my eyes to a whole new creative perspective. Never-the-less, let me finish my train of thought because there are a number of other limitations in the way of photographing Inglis Falls.
There are three viewpoints for photographing the falls. The first, a viewing platform that avoids going down any steps, may be accessible, but you are looking through the trees at a partial view of the falls. I could not even get here last week, because there was a sharp foot deep drop in the gravel pathway.
The lower viewpoints require quite a few steps, and in the third case, hopping over some boulders. These are the sorts of viewpoints I will simply not be able to access. Thank goodness I already have some hundreds of waterfall pictures around here, like the above two.
I can also focus a bit on the history of these waterfalls. Almost all of them at one time had a mill pond and mill. It was a different era!