This city park is at the southwest corner of the Scioto River and Hayden Run Road.
All ten exposures were taken at 1/2 second, f/20, ISO 100 and 35(52 equivalent)mm focal length. I processed each frame individually in Lightroom 5 prior to stitching them and doing some final sharpening in Photoshop CS5
I visit Columbus, Ohio frequently and always like to check the water flow at Hayden Falls. Having photographed this area when the falls were completely dry, totally frozen and in between, I was pleased to find a full flow in June, 2014 after a rainy spring. I set up my camera and tripod on the wooden walkway (which made a nice leading line) about 150 feet from the falls (due to the spray) and took 10 portrait oriented exposures overlapping approximately 30% which I stitched together in Photoshop. The lush green foliage and steep ravine cliffs would not have been as apparent if I had gotten closer to the falls. The sun broke through the clouds and between the ravine walls not only highlighting the falls but also creating a nice contrast in the pano.