In the Hocking Hills of Ohio, the Hocking River has carved a beautiful and rugged gorge from the sandstone. Numerous geological features have been designated state parks and draw many visitors to the region. One of these is known as Old Man's Cave because a recluse lived in a recess in the cliff during the late 1800's. This part of the gorge has several large waterfalls, numerous small waterfalls and some wonderful color and texture in the rocks and plants that seem to thrive in that environment. The high humidity helps to bring out the rich greens, I found.
Where the old man lived.
A smaller cascade.