After weeks of cold and snow we were going to get some warmer days. I went down to Hocking Hills to visit a few frozen waterfalls I hoped would be flowing with fresh snow melt. I wasn’t disappointed.
After a couple days of gray skies and high temperatures below freezing, we got a bright, sunny but still properly cold day. I grabbed my gear and drove down to Hocking Hills to find a waterfall I hadn’t seen before. Seize the cold!
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.