The Rock House is just one of the many areas in the state forest that is Hocking Hills in Logan, Ohio. We visited in early Spring so the pines were green and some of the other trees were just beginning to bud. There were ferns unfolding and the trilliums blooming and of course lots of rock formations. I wonder what grows here in the summer and I can only imagine how beautiful it is in autumn. More reasons to return.
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Looks like angry face in the rock formations base. Nice photos.
Thank you. He’s just a bit grumpy 🙂
Great shots! It looks beautiful, like water or something has carved it all out. Cheers
Thanks 🙂 There are waterfalls and streams all around and who knows what the levels were long ago!
I love rocky roads and photos. Wonderful series.
Thanks! It’s a great place to explore and I intend on checking out the other parts of the parks.
I love places like this. And I didn’t know there was a “Logan” in Ohio…. my son’s name. When he was little we had him convinced they named a city in Utah after him and an airport in Boston 😉
And a town in Ohio now 🙂 This is just one little part of Hocking Hills. I’m told I should hit Old Man’s Cave next.
A single season is not enough for this spot for sure.
I totally agree!
I like these shots – beautiful and serene
It is lovely as long as you watch where you’re going…rocks and cliffs and all.
I like your captures…
Thanks. It’s a great place to explore.
Great textures! You capture them very well 🙂
Thank you 🙂
Fabulous photos! You need to go to Old Man’s Cave… you will enjoy it. Hope you got to stay at their really neat cabins built for two. FUN!
I love caves. Used to explore all the time in Kentucky.