One doesn’t typically think of Ohio being a state with tremendous natural beauty, but if you’ve ever spent a spring weekend in the southeastern part of the state, your mental images will shift from corn fields and steel mills to rocky cliffs and wildflowers. Hocking Hills State Park, just outside of Logan, is the epicenter of the lovely, and Helen, Neil, and Leila joined us there last weekend.
The beauty of the park ranges from delicate wildflowers…
…to magnificent rock formations.
The light feels liquid as it flows into the gorges, lighting up the ferns and mosses…
…and falling on well-loved faces.
I found this shot of sisters laughing together to be especially beautiful.
So wonderful, so quickly gone.
At least you will be replacing it in just a couple of days!