Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Hocking Hills

Here are some more pictures from Hocking Hills. These first few are from hiking around Old Man's Cave. (and flickr is having all sorts of issues right now, so if they don't show up, just try again later)

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This is one of my favorite shots. click it, it looks better on a black background.


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Devil's Bathtub. This looks a lot more exciting when it's a long exposure than it does in person, but it's still interesting.

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Ash Cave

Meanwhile, back at Red River Gorge...

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that black spec in the middle of the picture is my 4runner.

coffee
coffee

camping
bourbon (ok.. rum too)

cooking
crab boil

me. taken by my girlfriend.
hammock

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home

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pbr

5 comments:

5chw4r7z said...

Once when we we camping at Hocking Hills there was a terrific thunderstorm in the evening. You should have see the Devil's Bathtub and the whole network really boiling away. Cool stuff. Its been years since I've been there, I don't remember that concrete bridge.

alan said...

oh yeah, i forgot to mention that. i bet all those falls and cliffs are amazing after a big storm. the bridge was really cool too. it was gloomy and dark when we went and gave the whole place an other wordly feel. that bridge made it feel like you were wondering through an imaginary world.

5chw4r7z said...

I finally remembered to ask my dad about that bridge. He said a bunch of bridges were washed out years ago. They built this one so if any one part of it washed out it wouldn't take the whole bridge out.
Cool stuff.

alan said...

oh, that's cool! thanks for the info. i thought it was just an artistic bridge they had someone make but the functionality makes a lot more sense.

Ronny Salerno said...

That Ash Cave shot... dayum.