(Published Summer 2011 Edition Nature Photographer Magazine)
“What? That was taken in Ohio?!? You’ve got to be kidding!”
Brace yourself. The response above is typical the first time someone spots an image captured from Hocking Hills State Park in southern Ohio. After all, when most people think of the Buckeye State, secluded gorges and brilliant waterfalls aren’t the first images they conjure up.
Usually, they expect cornfields. Miles of dull, …