I had a chance to go out yesterday to a nice waterfall and stream nestled in the suburban sprawl of Cleveland, Ohio. Tinker’s Creek is one of the tributaries of the Cuyahoga River, and the falls are near where an old mill once stood. Despite the lack of rain in Ohio over the past month, the falls were flowing with plenty of water, with swirling currents and the first fallen leaves of autumn littering the rocks in the stream. I just wanted to share some of the images I took yesterday. Enjoy! Click on any image to enlarge.
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