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Yes, It is Northeast Ohio

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Northeast Ohio is not a region that you might think has much in the way of dramatic land forms. There are some hills in the river valleys and Cedar Hill in Cleveland is said to be the first or the last foothill of the Appalachian Mountains.

The region is a transition territory that buffers the more mountainous east as exemplified by Pennsylvania and the flat prairies of the Midwest as exemplified by the miles of farm fields of western Ohio.

I had seen a photograph taken from the ledges overlook in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, but didn’t get there for a visit until last October.

I was so impressed that I went back there the next day. This image was made on a Friday afternoon during the fall foliage season. The view is looking westward.


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