Not that it's too difficult to get to this view, but most people who see Dark Hollow Falls don't get this view. The trail descends on the other side of the stream, so some easy scrambling, slippery but also easy rock hopping, and, sometimes, fording the creek between cascades get you to the relatively undervisited other side.
Of all the waterfalls in the park, Dark Hollow Falls is the closest to the road. That, plus the fact that the trailhead is across the road from the park's largest campground and one of its busiest lodges and visitor centers, means it can be anything but peaceful. But if one goes early in the morning, especially in the winter, it can be as delightful as any other waterfall in the park.
Shenandoah National Park, VA; November 2009