On my recent journey through the scenic Hocking Hills region in southeast Ohio, I paused to photograph a sight that has become a cultural landmark: a Bicentennial Barn, standing proudly along the roadside in Vinton County. This barn serves as a poignant tribute to Ohio’s history and rich agricultural legacy.
In my recent travels to the scenic southeastern corner of Ohio, I was spellbound by the vibrant tapestry of autumn hues. Despite a summer and early fall largely devoid of rain, the landscape was awash with mesmerizing colors.
On the shores of Lake Erie stands the Marblehead Lighthouse, a landmark with the distinction of being the oldest continuously operating lighthouse on the Great Lakes. Over the years, it's become a favorite subject for photographers and historians alike.
Hocking Hills is one of my favorite go-to places in Ohio because of its landform dominated by caves, cliffs, rock shelters, and waterfalls. On my most recent trip, I turned my photographic focus to its diverse springtime wildflowers at Ash Cave, around the western shores of Rose Lake, along a tributary of East Fork of Queer Creek, and within the sheltered canyon at Conkles Hollow.