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N 1.4K B 61.5K C 90 E Apr 13, 2017 F Jul 17, 2017
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Funston Arch Complex
Eagle Creek Natural Bridge
Daniel Boone National Forest
Kentucky

I still haven't looked at most of my shots from early in April when myself and some good friends visited Cumberland Falls State Park! On our first morning we headed over to the Funston Arch Complex and I was looking for some new perspectives. I really dug this one framing in the window, the falls and beyond the falls the Eagle Creek Natural Bridge. I am also sitting in a window like the one in the foreground. It's one of Kentucky's most unique and beautiful places and every chance I get I'm going to pay this place a visit!

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Tags:   Funston Arch Complex Eagle Creek Natural Bridge Kentucky Daniel Boone National Forest

N 1.2K B 52.1K C 65 E Jun 7, 2017 F Jun 12, 2017
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Lower Falls
Big Bloody Creek
Wolfe County
Kentucky

Another photo of a privately owned waterfall in Wolfe County, Kentucky! I was really glad that access was allowed to this beauty as I spent quite a while here enjoying taking in this waterfall. The fun part about here, was getting out. A thin layer of soft wet dirt covering a massive rock made for a challenge. My whole upper body was sore after the scramble and pulling myself out of the creek. I love aging. It was all worth it though!

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Tags:   Wolfe County Kentucky Kentucky Waterfall

N 114 B 5.4K C 11 E Apr 2, 2017 F Jun 5, 2017
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Un-Named Falls
Privately Owned
Wolfe County
Kentucky

Kentucky's loaded with waterfalls, the problem is, so many of them are privately owned. Myself and good friend Jason Haley visited this one in Wolfe County a few weeks back, what a beauty! The last time I visited here is was cold and snowy and it was nice to return in completely different conditions!

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Tags:   waterfall Wolfe County Kentucky

N 1.1K B 52.8K C 59 E Apr 30, 2017 F May 2, 2017
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Rock Bridge And Falls
Rock Bridge State Nature Preserve
Hocking Hills Region
Rock Bridge
Ohio

Almost 10 years ago in the fall of 2007 during a drought myself and good friend Jason Haley made our one and only visit to Rock Bridge in the northernmost section of the Hocking Hills region of Central Ohio. I remember I didn't care much for the hike but I really thought the bridge was pretty awesome. Although I've been to Hocking Hills many times since, it never did work out that I would return. Oddly, it wasn't until a few years ago that I found out there was a wet weather waterfall at the bridge which really upped my desire to revisit. Finally, this past weekend I got the chance to see this unique landform after a morning of heavy rains. Myself, along with good friends Jason Haley and Bryan Janosick arrived for a late day hike. Though moderate, I quickly remembered why I didn't care much for the hike; a somewhat boring fieldside hike (at least the first 1/2 mile with a lot of exposed roots) and this time it was pretty muddy too. Eventually we did drop into the woods and met up with a nice flowing stream. I told Jason and Bryan that if this was the waterway that falls at the bridge that this "was going to be awesome!" And sure enough it was! Wow, what a scene! As we walked up you could see the top natural bridge stretching out over a mini gorge as the water fell below from a cliff 10 ft away from the bridge! At 100 ft across Rock Bridge is considered the longest in the state and is complimented by a 40 ft tall waterfall. Folks, it just simply doesn't get much better than this when it comes to sandstone bridges and waterfalls, truly one of the the best in the east!

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Tags:   Rock Bridge Ohio State Nature Preserve Waterfall Ohio Natural Bridge Sandstone Arch Hocking Hills Hocking County Logan Spring

N 872 B 83.0K C 32 E Apr 2, 2017 F Apr 4, 2017
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McCammon Falls
Tributary Of McCammon Branch
Jackson County
Grey Hawk
Kentucky

With a perfectly forecasted day of clouds and cool weather on Saturday I couldn't resist getting out and doing some waterfalling. I'd been wanting to revisit McCammon Falls in Jackson County, Kentucky in good conditions for some time. It had been 4 years since I had spent some quality time with this waterfall, which also happened to be my first visit. Although I had been here two more times after that both those visits were of the extreme, once with no water and the other there was way too much water. On this latest visit I couldn't have asked for better flow. See that tree on the left? I hate that tree. In the case of this shot I thought it fit the composition well, but to get straight on shots of the falls showing both tiers is quite the challenge since the dead limbs protrude across the view of the waterfall. I've been threatening to bring an extendable saw and trimming the limbs off for some time now but on this latest trip I wasn't in the mood to fight a 6 ft tall pole with a sharp blade on the end in the vehicle all day long. Some day though, I'm going to clean that view up.

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Tags:   McCammon Falls Jackson County Kentucky Daniel Boone National Forest Grey Hawk Waterfall


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