One of the stops on a day long photography group outing I took part in was in Elyria, Ohio. The two things I remember about Elyria, were this waterfall with the crumbling infrastructure, and the house nearby that had (among many other things) a singing Big Mouth Billy Bass on the outside of their house next to the front door.
A few of us slid down a steep muddy hill and climbed through a fence to get to the area where this shot was taken. (Only to find out on the way out that there was a trail we could have taken and avoided the mud and twisted ankles.) The light was dim, which made “frozen” shots like this more difficult, but I ended up liking it better than my longer exposure “milky” shots. There was a place I wanted to walk out to for a more interesting shot, but decided against it, because the flooring was in as bad a shape as the wall seen here. And I’m not 100 pounds.
Exposure: 1/2500 seconds
Focal Length: 55 mm