During a recent weekend hike I took an unfamiliar trail at John Bryan State Park in western OH. I ran across the below abandoned site, although at first glance it felt more like a ruin. I’m certain I could learn about this site through research, but right now prefer the sense of mystery. Photos taken with a iPhone 6.
Sedona, AZ exerts a gravitational pull on people from around the world. Most of the year the famous red rock formations are accentuated by clear blue skies. Follow Oak Creek upstream from downtown and one discovers Sedona is at the base of a Ponderosa pine forest.
In early October I visited Mohican State Park in Ohio to search for fall photos. The idea was the capture leaves changing color along the banks of the Clear Fork River. I was too early for the foliage. But the lighting on the hiking trail had an unusual quality to it. I have made no adjustments to lighting on these photographs. Only the above photo was cropped.