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Upper Falls In October
Photo By Jim Crotty

  • Title: Upper Falls In October
  • State/Province/Region: Ohio
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Columbus
  • Nearest Town: Logan
  • Brief Directions: Southeast from Columbus, Ohio on State Route 33 to Logan. Exits to the right for Hocking Hills State Park.
  • Notes: The best times for photography along the trails in Hocking Hills are during the week, preferably following a day or two of rain. Sturdy tripod for long exposures and HDR images is an absolute must, as are sturdy hiking boots.
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Description: Upper Falls section of the trail to Old Man's Cave in Hocking Hills State Park, Ohio. Autumn color lines the sandstone cliffs and gorge with water flowing from recent rain. This is a three-exposure combined image for HDR using Photomatix Pro program.
  • Gear: Canon 1D Mark III, Canon EF 28-70mm: f2.8 L lens, Kirk ballhead, Bogen tripod, cable release
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