Waterfalls, it seems to me, are one of those subjects that look better in black and white than they do in color. There is a natural contrast between the white water and the surrounding rock that is often “softened” when color is included.
This small waterfall empties into the Little River in the Smokies. My guess is that it can only be seen in the spring (and perhaps in the fall). Given its size, it probably dries up during summer months, as so many small streams in this area do.