01.15.17 Squaw Rock

I headed to Squaw Rock once again, except this time for a shoot with Lexi and Sam.

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Lexi showing off a log.

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Squaw Rock has a few hidden paths that you need to adventure off to find, one of my favorites leads to this pond.

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I tried to get Lexi to do a few poses but she continued to laugh between each picture. I didn’t really mind, though.

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Lexi posing on a rock.

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Sam posing on a rock.

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The (extremely dirty) water was rushing that Sunday, all the snow has melted and filled up the rivers nearby.

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While I had my back turned, Lexi and Sam ventured off to a cliffside where they knocked over many, many icicles.

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The thing I love about Squaw Rock is that it’s a great hiking place for people that don’t hike. The trails are mostly paved, there are human-made stairs for convenience.

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Some dead leaves.

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Some icicles.

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Some carved rock.

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Nature.

Afterwards, we met Marni up in Chagrin Falls to finish off the day.

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The three put themselves in height order.

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I love this abandoned factory.

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