Every fall I like to go do some landscape shooting around Ohio. We don’t have big mountains, or many sweeping vistas, or an ocean shore. There’s Lake Erie, but the sun doesn’t rise or set over it. However, one thing we do have in Ohio is waterfalls and naturally carved gorges, and these make for some lovely opportunities for photographs. I went to a few new places this trip, and while I was probably about two weeks early for peak fall foliage, we had enough rain in the preceding week to refill the streams and rivers and provide for some lovely waterfall photo opportunities.
I was quite pleased with the shots I was able to get on Friday and Monday. Here is a collection of the shots from these trips. Click on any image to enlarge.
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6 thoughts on “Early Fall in Ohio”
Jordan – Just beautiful lighting and composition. Makes me nostalgic for my native Ohio, and reminds me of favorite family outings in places like Mohican State Forest.
I always enjoy your photography. Thanks for sharing. I know you at with many cameras, but if you shot with a pinhole camera you’d still be master.
Great color great shots. I am fan of your review.
Just curious, do you use ND filter on those shots or smooth refleciton app?
Some are with an ND, most are early morning light with just a polarizer.
Beautiful photos Brian , I live in Cleveland , Ohio .
Beautiful photos Jordan Steele . I am sorry I had the wrong name .