A photographer's creative vision and interpretation of the Hocking Hills of Southeastern Ohio. Jim Crotty discovered his passion for nature and landscape photography when he first visited Hocking Hills State Park in the winter of 1980. He has since returned, again and again, to refine his art and rediscover the spirit and soul of a haunted landscape that sits on the edge of the Appalachian foothills. This volume includes a narrative essay by the artist photographer on both Hocking Hills and The Inn at Cedar Falls as well as his calming and peaceful imagery captured through the seasons from spring 2009 through fall 2011.
A native of Dayton, Ohio, Jim Crotty is an accomplished professional photographer who first became involved with nature photography when he was 12 years old. His photographs have been recognized with national, regional and local awards as well as an extensive list of public installations and showings. He is also represented by three separate stock agencies and has had his work published in books and magazines. In addition to nature photography Jim also maintains a growing list of well-known client organizations for his practice in commercial and freelance photography. For more information about Jim's work please visit JimCrotty.com and CalmPhotos.com
The Margins of the Day Published November 29, 2009
Renewal Published September 07, 2009
Beauty in Black and White Published January 10, 2009
In the Eye of the Eagle Published September 04, 2008