Posted: June 14, 2012 in HDR, Nikon D40, Ohio

Here’s another shot from the Hocking Hills region of Ohio. This particular feature is known as “Rock House.” It is a naturally formed cave that has these slivers of “windows” that open out to the surrounding area in multiple places of the hillside. The “windows” let in just enough light to make you think you might be able to navigate your way through the cave. But inevitably you end up almost twisting your ankle, or stubbing your toe on some portion of the uneven floor.

This is a cool shot that would never have been able to happen if it weren’t for HDR. The multiple exposures allow for foreground and background to have a nice exposure without being blown out or lost. I admit, I went a tad surreal with this one, but I think the effect is nice. I wanted to be able to see some of the carvings and words written on the cave walls. Not that I think defacing state park property is cool or anything; but it does give an accurate representation of what I actually saw and experienced.

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