Today, I stopped by Caesar’s Creek State Park just north of Cincinnati. The 4,700 acre park is home to a dam, a lake and many hiking trails. Some folks just come to search for fossils as thousands of years ago the area was part of a sea. I was also able to get the elusive Todd in some of my shots. Enjoy.
Love the last shot. And love the colors. Great find for photos.
Thanks. Glad you liked them.
I like the last shot best too. The colours are great and the composition is excellent. The curve of the river takes you right into the photo..
Thank you. I appreciate the comment. Funny though, the last is not my favorite. I almost didn’t put it on. Glad I did.
second shot is great.
Thanks. Glad you liked it.
We were near here this past weekend! Wish I would have known about the park. How beautiful!
You should have. There are two next to each other. One is Cowan Lake and the other is Caesar’s.
This is good to know. We have good friends in Cincy. 🙂
Beautiful park and beautiful photos. Also, Todd’s photos were very nice.
Great job of posing.
Thanks for your comment. I’ll pass along your thoughts to Todd too.
Nice place, nice pics! 🙂
Yes, there are some really beautiful places down here in southern Ohio.
I agree… at least this one is great! Hopefully you’ll post more pics of southern Ohio here sometime 🙂
I love the second image. The macro of the yellow leaves. Such beautiful lighting and perspective. 🙂
Thanks. Glad you enjoyed.
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Hey, thanks for stopping by my blog – you are my first visitor. But now I’m completely blown away by the beauty of your photos. Thanks, I think, for giving me something to aim for!
Thank you. I am looking forward to reading your blog posts and seeing your photos.
Oh, and apparently, I’ve done something called pingback. Hope that’s okay
Yes, I am sure it is. Not quite sure what that means either.
I really like the red leaves, blue berries with the bark in the background. Nice mix of colors and textures. ~ Kat
Thanks so much for your comment. I enjoy taking them.
Again…your shots have some of the best color in them that I’ve seen. Great job.
Thank you so much. I am glad you enjoyed them.
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very love the last shot