Clifton Gorge is located in Central Ohio and was formed after the last ice age when the glaciers receded from this area. The gorge was carved out by the scenic Little Miami river as it flows through dolomite and limestone formations. Every spring, the canyon walls and floor are covered with a spectacular display of wildflowers that includes Bluebells, Trillium, and Jack in the Pulpit. We photographed the gorge in late April when the flowers were in full bloom.
I used a narrow DOF so that the blue bells in the background would create in impressionistic image and allow the in-focus trillium to stand out.