After a good rain, this relatively unknown hollow in Hocking Hills, Ohio has a very impressive 90’+ (27m) waterfall and it’s easy to reach. On my last visit it was really flowing and I tried something new to try and capture it – 360 video!
On a recent visit to Hocking Hills, I took along a panoramic tripod head and a fisheye lens to create a 360 degree interactive photo. The results are good enough for me to want to create more of these virtual tours of the Ohio adventure spots I explore.
There’s a fifth publicly accessible waterfall on the west side of Columbus – Indian Village Canyon Falls near Duranceaux Park. Detailed directions are at the bottom of this post.
I haven’t been able to take many Milky Way photos this summer so when we had a clear night recently my daughter and I decided to stay up late and explore a new night sky photography spot.