Susan and I enjoy walking around Wall, SD, which doesn’t really take that long, so I decided (just in case) to pack the small and cogent Nikon Coolpix A.
As we walked towards the end of town, we noticed that these brand new, huge grain elevators by the railroad tracks. Since I didn’t want to keep Sue waiting too long, I ran around like a maniac getting basic grab shots of this imposing subject material and great clouds. The 28mm Coolpix was the perfect focal length for this subject. Converting to B&W, which I’m actively working on improving these days, seemed to work well on this subject (conversions in LR and in photoshop).
Here’s a few shots from our walk around Wall, SD.
We’re glad to be home for a few days. As they say, “There’s no place like home.”…..or was that Dorothy??
Look for one more Badlands blog post from one of the great old ghost towns in SD!
Thanks for visiting and we’ll see ya online!…..oh, yeah….and get out there this fall! It’s looking like it’s going to be a good one!!
p.s. I just got wind of this great annual event based in the Black Hills happening soon. If you’re in that part of the country….GO!!
p.p.p.s!!!! If interested in attending a workshop in the Badlands in 2014, please email susan.