|Yikes. First of all, do NOT climb over fences to get shots where there is a 50 foot drop off. I don't care how flippin' good the scenery is! OK.... now... (still catching my breath - I haven't a fear of heights but I have a definite fear of falling...)
I quite like that you have the tree on the left - really gives a good sense of scale to the falls and the drop. And while it is very good to have a foreground object/subject to add depth, you have just a bit too much of one on the right. Try cropping to where you get half of that little green plant - that keeps that aspect plus the little gold weeds in the lower right, but brings the bulk of your falls into that lovely "rule of thirds" cross-hair a bit more, and takes away part of the stuff you don't need on the right. Don't know if you tried any highlights/shadows adjustments, but a bit of highlights adjustment would lower the brightness a tad and bring out a bit of detail in the water. The upper bits are blown but without very specific filters or a wide-ranging HDR multiple exposure, you can't get those NOT blown and still get detail in your darks. Overall the color is good, the focus is good, the clarity is good. For DPC purposes, try one last round of sharpening at twice the final size (ie resize to 1440 on the long size, hit "sharpen", then resize to 720 - see if it works.)
All in all a very well thought out and executed waterfall shot. I gave this a 6 in voting - which says it's a pretty good waterfall shot because they normally are not my thing.