Clifton Gorge State Nature Preserve, Clifton, Ohio
"I firmly believe that nature can bring comfort to all who suffer.” - Anne Frank
Natural history is abound at Clifton Gorge. Along the state protected preserve, you will find historical markers and signage that detail an earlier time for the gorge. A water grist mill called the Grinned Mill once stood on top of the gorge when discovered by settlers. To this day you can see the four stone slabs that were the foundation for the mill structure. Other notable events include Daniel Boone making a leap of faith across the gorge to escape some attacking Native Americans who settled the area near Clifton.
A very rainy day made this photo appear foggy and strange. Fortunately many things can be corrected in post processing if need be. I upped the contrast slider just a bit to bring detail and color back to the upper right rocks. The clarity slider helped bring out more detail in the water as well. While I try not to rely on the computer to "save" an image, software can definitely enhance and improve the final result.
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