In most landscape photographs I take I strive not to include what I call foreign objects, people, cars, low flying birds, sometimes animals, like sheep and cows. But sometimes you need something to provide that sense of scale.
I could tell you the Aber Falls has a 120 foot drop. I can even show you the picture. But unless you have been there it’s hard to imagine it’s size and that’s why in this photograph I’ve allowed that foreign object to intrude. What do you think? Does it give a sense of scale?