I will tell you right now that this is a video that is worth your time even if you think you've seen Shoshone Falls too much. A guy starting a new video blog has captured Shoshone Falls from a place you're not supposed to see it from.

run up there and get your shot before the city cops come

There are so many things to love about this video. First of all, Casey Levins deserves a high-five for doing a great job on this. He and his friend were fortunate to arrive at Shoshone Falls before anyone else was there early one morning.

He calls out the only thing I don't like about Shoshone Falls: the metal steps. Why? Just why?

But, the video really gets good around the 1:52 mark when Casey notices the "Absolutely No Trespassing" sign. He said that he got permission from the County Sheriff who told them to "run up there and get your shot before the city cops come". That's some great legal advice right there.

I'm not sure about the legal/trespassing part, but I'm glad that Casey and his friend grabbed some video up there. It's one perspective that you don't normally get to see around Shoshone Falls.

Plus, he said that he was able to do a handstand on a rock. So, there's that. Oh, and make sure you stick around until the end of the video where you'll hear a stirring rendition of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" by Judy Garland. Nice.