Ok cheers. Thanks for the advice. Ill definatley give it a try. Im glad I joined the forum because you would otherwise have to pay for this kind of help...wait... you dont expect me to pay you?...Do yo?
No filter needed then thanks shooterj. It has not been re-edited or re-posted and I don't see the green in the water either. I was a bit confussed when sparky mentioned it. I'm glad you noticed cause I Was starting to wonder was my monitor broken. Do you think the water looks ok and what do you think about the contrast?
There's too much range in the scene to capture in one exposure, you have shadows with no detail ("blocked up") AND you have highlights with no detail ("blown out"). You can use multiple exposures and combine them, you can choose to lose shadows, highlights, or both. You might be able to shoot RAW and recover some or all of the lost information, since RAW has more dynamic range than JPEG.
There's a strong green cast to the spraying water as has been noted. This might be ambient lighting, though. There seems to be a LOT of green around, possibly the light cast on the water was simply greenish. It's not very attractive, though. Making some changes to the so-called "white balance" might be indicated, or you could simply selectively de-saturate that part of the water a bit.
The composition is fairly nice, but I feel like the small background waterfall is not very well placed. It is where it is, obviously, but by moving the camera around you can change the relationships between the objects you see. The foreground waterfall gives a nice strong diagonal, but the small waterfall in the background is neither aligned with that line (imaging if it were at the very right edge of the frame) nor definitely opposed to that line and balancing it (imagine if it were a fair bit to the left). A few steps to the right or left would, I think, have made this a better frame.