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Dec 02, 2010 09:14 |  #1

Try saying that three times fast. Anyway, there are some nice trails in Hocking Hills, Ohio. These are in the Old Man's Cave area.


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Dec 02, 2010 09:23 |  #2

Nice place. My wife and her sisters went there 3rd weekend in October and were blown away. My wife and I will go same time next year. VERY pretty place! Best the the girls could do were prints from a disposable camera! Even so, I could see the beauty.

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Dec 02, 2010 11:15 |  #3

Its a nice place, for sure, and I'd love to see it in fall colors. Thanks for looking.


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Dec 02, 2010 11:20 |  #4

Great crisp shots, almost 3D. Neat looking place.


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Dec 02, 2010 12:43 |  #5

Thanks so much for sharing, I am down there over New Years for 4 days, hoping to get a frozen waterfall and other nice winter shots. Where did you go to take these? Any place you would recommend over winter? It has been way too many years since I was in HH.


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Dec 02, 2010 14:47 |  #6

Northontguy wrote in post #11382618 (external link)
Great crisp shots, almost 3D. Neat looking place.

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Thanks so much for sharing, I am down there over New Years for 4 days, hoping to get a frozen waterfall and other nice winter shots. Where did you go to take these? Any place you would recommend over winter? It has been way too many years since I was in HH.

You're welcome. These were at Old Man's Cave, which was my favorite of the HH state parks, because it has numerous waterfalls to enjoy besides the "cave". Cedar Falls is also nice, along with all the others. I didn't skip any of them, and suggest the same for you.


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Dec 02, 2010 14:57 |  #7

Beautiful shots Stan.. the "steps" really give the first shot some perspective about size!


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Dec 02, 2010 14:59 |  #8

Nice, it looks like a very interesting place.


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Dec 02, 2010 18:04 |  #9

Nice work Stan. The first one with the steps really show scale of how big this place is.




  
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Dec 02, 2010 19:40 |  #10

joayne wrote in post #11383802 (external link)
Beautiful shots Stan.. the "steps" really give the first shot some perspective about size!

Thank you, Joayne.

L.J.G. wrote in post #11383815 (external link)
Nice, it looks like a very interesting place.

Thanks. I suspect it's even better in spring (with more water) or fall (autumn colors) than in the summer, when I was there.

jdizzle wrote in post #11384981 (external link)
Nice work Stan. The first one with the steps really show scale of how big this place is.


Thanks, Julian. The gorge is even deeper than shown here. I speak from the experience of climbing it both ways, several times.


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Dec 05, 2010 16:28 |  #11

Sparker: Although wonderful, summer is actually the least beautiful time of year in the Hocking Hills. Spring is great for waterfalls and wildflowers. Fall is obviously great for fall color. My favorite time of year for photography is winter. The frozen falls, ice formations, and snow are amazing. The hills are an all-season destination for photography.




  
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Dec 05, 2010 16:33 |  #12

abak88 wrote in post #11400301 (external link)
Sparker: Although wonderful, summer is actually the least beautiful time of year in the Hocking Hills. Spring is great for waterfalls and wildflowers. Fall is obviously great for fall color. My favorite time of year for photography is winter. The frozen falls, ice formations, and snow are amazing. The hills are an all-season destination for photography.

I'm not surprised. However, I will likely never be there in the other seasons, so I must be satisfied with what I can get.


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