Spring is a great time to see Ohio waterfalls. Many Ohio waterfalls dry up in the summer heat. But in spring, with melting snow, saturated ground, and rain showers, these waterfalls can be quite spectacular. Below is a list of some of the Ohio waterfalls we've visited categorized by geographic region.
Hayden Falls (Franklin County) - an easily accessible waterfall in the city limits of Columbus
Honey Run Falls (Knox County) - a waterfall across from a park with hiking Read more ➜
Based on the popularity of our recent Hocking Hills IQ Quiz, I've created a quiz about parks, preserves, and landmarks in Ohio. I'll provide an image and perhaps a hint or two. See if you can identify the location depicted in the photo. Then click the 'Show Answer' button to see if you are correct. I've also provided a link to further information if you'd like to visit the location.
1) Let's start with an easy one - one of the many well-photographed waterfalls in the most popular Read more ➜
Test your Hocking Hills IQ. How many locations in the Hocking Hills can you identify? All images in this quiz are of places located in Hocking County. View the image and see if you can identify the location. Then click the 'Show Answer' button to see if you are correct. I've also provided a link to further information if you'd like to visit the location.
1) One of the most visited sites in the Hocking Hills, this location was occupied in the 18th century by a hermit named Richard Read more ➜
Our dog, Penny, died about a week ago. She was diagnosed as having bone cancer last winter. Other than limping, Penny remained remarkably stable in the ensuing months and continued to enjoy life and the company of her family. Despite having been with her when she died, we still expect to see her at every turn, and we miss her very much. Besides being adorable and adoring us, she accompanied us on numerous outdoor adventures, including backpacking, camping and hiking. We'd like to share a few photos Read more ➜
If I were a professional photographer, I guess this would be a very ordinary event. However since I'm not a professional photographer, this is kind of exciting! A while back I was contacted by someone from a graphic design firm, Bluestone + Associates. The firm had been contracted to do a project for Klehm Arboretum and Botanic Garden, and as part of this project, they wanted to use one of my photos.
Their plan was to use my photo as the background image for an interpretive sign. It Read more ➜