I have seen it in many shapes and forms. Gifs are the best. Interestingly, a few days ago the boss asked me to use this image -the motorcycle waterfall- to illustrate an article and I discovered we do not have it in our archives. No one at the office has ever taken this happening, though it happens every day and it is truly an ubiquitous media shot.
It is like the ubiquitous shot of Taipei 101 from Elephant mountain. Yes, everyone has the same image from the same angle. Yet, I cannot begin to stress how useful it is and how popular/recognizable. Any article with that image on it becomes an instant Internet hit.
So I am thinking either hauling one of our staff photographers or myself and try to get a similar shot. My question is what time of the day would be better? Morning or afternoon rush? Has anyone tried a night shot? Must be pretty cool. Summer is definetively it, especially lately with not a cloud in sight.