This is Buttermilk Falls in Washington Valley Park in Bridgewater, New Jersey. It is the result of a dam of Middle Brook. It is in the valley along the First Watchung Ridge and has a certain picturesque appeal.
If I had shown the entire face of the waterfall with virtually all of the fence and concrete dam portions eliminated, the rest of the brook would not be seen from that angle. By focusing on a significant portion of the fall to give a sense of its height and force, I placed it in context and showed other natural features of the area—particularly the trees and the ravine through which the brook flows.
The photo shown below is the original image. What do you think?