A few of my recent sunset images from a couple of trips to Auxier Ridge in the Red River Gorge, Kentucky.
I really enjoy abandonment photography, though I don’t practice it nearly as much as I do landscape photography. Every once in awhile, however, I like to throw my camera in the car and just drive around to see what I can find. Sometimes you come away with something and sometimes you get completely skunked, but that’s just part of the fun.
I recently did one of these drives and came away with a a few locations that I thought I’d share. Enjoy!
I’m sure by now it’s no surprise that I’m addicted to visiting the many waterfalls that can be found across Kentucky. One of the most common questions I get asked when I share an image of a waterfall is how you can get to the particular falls. Like many landscape photographers these days, I rarely give out specific information about where a photo was taken. This is to help protect these areas from abuse and overcrowding.
What I’ll do instead, however, is share some of the great resources that are available to the would-be waterfall hunter in Kentucky. So, without further ado, here’s my list of the best resources available to waterfall hunter in Kentucky!
Located on private property just outside the Red River Gorge is a lesser-visited set of Twin Arches: The Nada Twin Arches. This unique geological feature is composed of an upper and lower (pictured here) arch. What really struck me about the lower arch was the brilliance of the reds and