Canon 7D Canon with Canon EFS 10-22mm (10mm). Hocking Hills is a popular tourist spot and on this particular day, visitors simultaneously occupied the caves many portals. As a result, this natural light image employs many images taken over 10 minutes, corrected for the large light contrast and for the many tourists who’s paths eventually vacated one area for another.
With the burial of the massive and ancient Teays River, the receding glacial meltwater created conditions which forged a new river. In southeast Ohio, the erosional waters worked the soft sandstone into Hocking Hills’ unique geological features such as the Rock House captured in this image.