Bob and I went on a day trip to Ohio this past Saturday (April 6). We saw three waterfalls, a covered bridge and a few birds. In my previous blog posts I shared photographs of Brandywine Falls, the Everett Road Covered Bridge, the Beaver Marsh and heron rookery — all three of which are located in Cuyahoga Valley National Park. The second waterfall that we saw was right in the middle of Chagrin Falls. We visited the third waterfall on our way home from Ohio.
Paine Falls is located at Paine Falls Park, in Leroy Township near Painesville, OH. It is an easy stop for anyone traveling Interstate 90 between Erie and Cleveland.
This is the second time that we have visited this waterfall. Our first visit was in early August last year. There hadn’t been much rainfall, so we saw very little falling water during that visit. Provided below is a photograph from our August 2012 visit. Notice the big change in water volume between that visit and our visit this past Saturday!
I don’t know what it is about this waterfall. It rained here, during our first visit. It rained again during this visit!
This concludes my blog posts about our day trip to Ohio. I hope that you enjoyed seeing the sights through my camera lens.