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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Buffalo Bill, Aug 24, 2009.
What he said..
Great thread Bill.
You guys have probably seen most of these. Haven't taken many new ones for a while.
Hwy 26 near Lisco
Niobrara River Valley
Fort Robinson in Western NE (about 5 miles from my home town)
Another Pine Ridge shot - the top of "Breakneck Hill"
Red Cloud Buttes in the Pine Ridge
About a mile north of the house
I have to ride for a solid day to get to the plains.
400 miles easy to just get out of the Kalifornia morons.
This thread is killing me. Once upon a time I lived on it's edge...
Ah well it's worth the ride.
When you come through, don't forget to look up.
Trippy... I was born in Ottawa and grew up in Grand Prairie... looks familiar
Thanks for the support on the Book....The writing in the "Great Plains" Book is equivalent to the world class photography...Each of the four writers share their style in a way that complements the other..I'm confident you'll enjoy it..
One of the writers, Dan O'Brien, a writer and buffalo rancher, is the author of numerous books of fiction and nonfiction about the West. He shares perspective and stories from his Bison Ranch in South Dakota on his blog...
Funny, I have to ride half a day to get to the mountains, and off the plains.
This is the along the South Saskatchewan river valley, about 15 minutes from home.
Thats a great spot....Are you on the southside, looking north?
Looks darn close to a location we photographed in, for the Book..
We were there last year in early September.....Amazing country you live in...
It's hard to understand the power and force, unless you've actually experienced it..
Heres an example of a storm I experienced last June, while camping at a lake up in the Sandhills of Nebraska...
These clouds were definitely sharing some electrons.....
You nailed it! That is more or less the spot. South side looking north.
Walk softly and watch where you step........
Hope to get back up that way again soon.....
i gotta get better at waking up early.
It comes with age..........Specially if'n you drink to much in the evenings....
Something about Nature Calling.........
The second shot was actually taken a couple hours after beer-thirty.
that is a cool tree.
well east of Denver-