1. Compilation of Jan - Feb 2015


    from CHRIS MARTIN Added 28 0 1

    My life from Jan - Feb 2015 and all the people that are a part of it.

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    • Summer Landscape Photography in Ohio


      from Jim Crotty Added 36 0 0

      A visit in early July along the trails in Hocking Hills State Park, Ohio. The importance of not over-planning for nature and landscape photography and making the best of unexpected shooting conditions.

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      • 1minute: Trip to Hocking Hills


        from Yaphet Jackman Added

        This is my first time heading out to the hocking hills in Ohio. The mirrors on the truck caught my eye as an interesting 3D perspective of movement. Enjoy!

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        • Hocking Hills with Friends


          from Dustin Brewer Added 19 1 0

          A nice weekend to celebrate my friend's 30th birthday in Hocking Hills. Good friends, good times.

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          • A Hike with Cody


            from Sean Dunn Added 74 1 0

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            • Humble Along


              from Ryan Gebura Added 69 1 2

              Rising early, I ventured to Hocking Hills State Park to test out that "miniature-look" using a tilt-shift lens for the first time. Filmed for a Space or Place assignment at Ohio University (VICO 2420).

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              • Hocking Hills InstaMeet 2015


                from Lauren Strow Added 65 0 0

                Music: "Oh Life" - Avalanche City

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                • Search for Sasquatch


                  from Mary Rathke Added 107 2 2

                  Pilot program. Road trip! 4 friends bundle up on a cold winters day and head to southern Ohio in search of Sasquatch. Using the smartphone video recording program Instagram, a series of 15 second in-camera edited videos have been stitched together into a longer story. Let the adventure begin....

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                  • Hocking Hills Boulders Part 5


                    from James Smith Added 180 2 0

                    Fifth in a series of videos that document the established boulders in the Hocking Hills in Southeast Ohio. Problem list: Sunshine Project, The Fin- V3, Unnamed (Stand)- V3, Baby Buddha- V1, Guardian- V4 and Bleach- V1. Not all grades are confirmed. Music: Bebe- Siempre Me Quedará

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                    • Rock House


                      from WildOhio Added 63 0 0

                      Rock House is unique in the Hocking Hills' region, as it is the only true cave in the park. It is a tunnel-like corridor situated midway up a 150-foot cliff of Blackhand sandstone. This House of Rock has a ceiling 25 feet high while the main corridor is 200 feet long and 20 to 30 feet wide. The cavern was eroded out of the middle zone of the Blackhand sandstone. The resistant upper zone forms the roof and the lower zone forms the floor. Water leaking through a horizontal joint running parallel to the cliff face caused the hollowing of the corridor. This main joint or crack is very visible in the ceiling of the Rock House. A small series of joints run north to south at right angles to the main joint. Enlargement of this series of joints formed the window-like openings of Rock House. Nature has hewn out of this cliff the Rock House complete with seven Gothic-arched windows and great sandstone columns which bear its massive roof. As one might imagine, Rock house was used for shelter by past visitors. Hominy holes, small recesses in the rear wall of Rock House, served as baking ovens for Native Americans using the cave. By building a fire in the small recesses, the rock became heated on all sides, and food could be bakes in this crude manner. Further evidence of past use is the presence of chiseled out troughs or holding tanks found in the stone floor. When rainfall is abundant, springs of water permeate through the porous sandstone and flow into these troughs fashioned by man and, when full, continue across the floor and out of the windows. In this way, residents were able to maintain a small water supply in Rock House. According to local folklore, other not so welcome visitors frequented Rock House. Robbers, horse thieves, murderers and even bootleggers earned Rock House its reputation as Robbers Roost. Learn more about the Rock House at Hocking Hills: http://www.hockinghills.com/rock_house.html

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