MConnells Mill State Park lies in the Western part of Pennsylvania, not far from Slippery Rock. It is a unique location that features a gorge, hanging waterfalls, a white water creek, and was created by a glacial event. I have spent a lot of time exploring and photographing in this area of the park and in a glacial gorge that formed Muddy Creek.
I have come to realize just recently, a fact that was pointed out to me by one of my friends, that my work seems to have turned more towards waterfalls. I do not believe this is a deliberate attempt to specifically exclude other types of landscapes, and by that I mean anything that does not include water.