A Red River Gorge cliff trail is a common sight in the Daniel Boone National Forest where this picture of a hiking trail was taken. These geological structures are difficult to capture in the park without a wide angle lens as they tower over the camera and if you back away trees get in the way. The forest was incredibly lush as you can see with the deep green to the left thanks to recent torrential rains.
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