Off the hook!! Nice image!!
Where is this?
Thanks, that's Palouse Falls in southeast Washington in a rather secluded spot between Kennewick and Pullman. It's a major feature of the channeled scablands which were created by the cataclysmic Missoula Floods thousands of years ago. Very interesting geologic area and quite a change from the temperate coastal rainforests and snowy mountains immediately to the west.
The falls are part of a state park which has a small campground for easy dawn (sunrise over the falls) and dusk (my shot) access. Views change significantly with the seasons, that shot was during the high flow and green period in spring.