While the long exposure “spaghetti” style of waterfalls can be interesting, I often find it fun to go the opposite direction and use a faster shutter speed to capture water in a more “frozen” kind of feeling. In this case, I liked the contrast of the “sharp” frozen water against the rounded “smooth” pattern of the concrete the water was flowing over.
This is a great stop if you’re going between Toledo and Columbus, and is not too far from Dublin (which has a few great stops for photographers as well.)
Exposure: 1/5000 seconds
Focal Length: 100mm