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Red Rock Hollow

Not far from Old Man’s Cave in Hocking Hills, Ohio is another, less well known, deep gorge called Red Rock Hollow. After reading about it a couple years ago, I’ve been eager to try and find it. Recently I went with @big4ord and @jbigford to check it out. We had a flawless late-Spring morning to explore this fantastic part of Hocking Hills. It had rained recently so we were hopeful the double waterfalls at the end of the gorge would be flowing.  Continue reading Red Rock Hollow

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Little Rocky Hollow

If you enjoy nature but don’t like throngs of people enjoying it with you, a visit to one of Ohio’s spectacular nature preserves may be an adventure you’ll enjoy. No trails, no handrails, and no bridges means it’s not for everyone, but the extra effort required to explore these unspoiled spaces can be well rewarded – especially for a landscape photographer who loves waterfalls.

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ReCreation

American Electric Power (AEP) owns 60,000 acres of land near Zanesville, Ohio that has been strip mined for coal. They’ve opened it to the public as reclaimed recreation, or ReCreation as they put it, land with hiking, biking, and horse riding trails, camping, and fishing. It also happens to have some the darkest skies you can find in Ohio.

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