Cedar Falls

Posted: August 11, 2012 in HDR, Nikon D40, Ohio

Hocking Hills is great, but if you want pictures without people (or at least, the minimum amount of people) in them, then you need to be at your photospot early. In this case, my friend, Brooks, and I were trying to see all of the features of Hocking Hills in a weekend, so when we arrived at Cedar Falls (shown above) it was dead in the afternoon, and there were a zillion people there already. Fortunately, I was not adverse to getting a little wet to get this shot. I took off my socks and shoes and waded about knee deep to get to this spot where it was only a couple inches deep, and the composition would be people-free. It was only May, so the water was pretty cold still, but I got the shot I wanted. And there’s still people in it! But I think the people hiking on the rocks above give a nice sense of scale to the picture, so all is well.

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