After a good November rain, Hayden Falls and Indian Run Falls in Dublin, Ohio had very strong flows. Even on an overcast late autumn day, the waterfalls were worth the effort. Although there was still some scattered fall color, the soft gray atmosphere did make me want to try some black and white shots.
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The time between fall and winter when all the leaves are brown and the sky is gray (cough) is a messy, complicated time for landscape photography. Finding a clean and simple composition is a challenge. On my daily hike through Blendon Woods Metro Park I’ve been trying to do just that.
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We had a wonderful thick fog this morning and I went to Blendon Woods Metro Park to photograph it. Almost of of the big fall color is gone, but there’s still a lot of natural beauty to be found – it was a very fulfilling hike.
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Rose Lake in Hocking Hills, Ohio has skies dark enough to see and photograph the Milkyway. It’s past Milkyway season (yes, there’s a Milkyway season) here in Ohio, but we had a clear moonless night recently and I wasn’t about to waste it.
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