Hocking Hills Cascading Creek

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  • Camera: NIKON D3X
  • Lens: 24.0-70.0 mm f/2.8
  • Focal Length: 36mm
  • Shutter: 4 sec
  • ISO: 100
  • Aperture: F/10

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This was taken one misty morning in Hocking Hills State Park. We were hiking through the Old Man’s Cave area and couldn’t help but notice the creek that flowed through the gorge looked especially spectacular this particular AM.

So, I scampered over some rocks and down to the best part of the cascades. Had to be careful with this one. I was shooting just upstream from a waterfall and was one unfortunate slip away from a ride I’d not soon forget.

The good news is that my shoes held their ground and I was able to pull off the shot. I love the foggy, misty morning, the great water flow, and the overall magical quality of the whole area.

As usual, I took several views, but this one just stood out. Really brings me back to the sounds of rushing water and the fresh “piney” smell of the area.

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4 Responses to Hocking Hills Cascading Creek

  1. cimmiquactest says:

    Hello! Just want to say thank you for this interesting article! =) Peace, Joy.

  2. Mark Gilbert says:

    I have a photo similar to this. Mine is less wide angled than yours. This is a good area for photography. I miss it. Nice photo!

  3. MaryB says:

    I am sure that the beauty of this shot does not justice for the actual beauty of being there. It truly is lovely though, thanks for sharing this and your story about taking. Those of us who would love to do these things, get to live it, more or less, thru your eyes. So thanks again.

  4. Scott Melnick says:

    Nice shot Steve, nothing quite like being out in an area like that early in the morning. Not familiar with Hocking Hills but you’re in a different area of the country than I am…off to take some eagle pictures and then concentrate on some landscapes for awhile I hope…Happy New Year

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