Barren

Pinnacles

Mauvaises Terres à traverser

noted elsewhere

a tree

Prairie Ocean

Looking back

1/110 second @ f/8.0 & ISO 200. /

Reflections from a petrol station
Presho, South Dakota, USA
June 30th 2005

South Dakota

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A representative snapshot from I-90 (just look at the map for another illustration)
Between Mitchell and Kadoka, South Dakota, USA
June 30th 2005

I've been posting a lot of inadequately finished photos lately, because my Photoshop install has stopped working and I don't have time to fix it. My apologies.

Oi've got a brand new combine harvester

1/280 second @ f/4.0 & ISO 200. /

Mitchell, South Dakota, USAJune 30th 2005

noted elsewhere

Corn by numbers

1/210 second @ f/3.6 & ISO 200. /

Work in progress
Mitchell, South Dakota, USA
June 30th 2005

Romancing the Corn

1/400 second @ f/4 & ISO 200. /

The Corn Palace
Mitchell, South Dakota, USA
June 30th 2005

Prairie Flowers

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A restored pocket of prairie at a nature centre,
Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA
June 30th 2005

Butterfly house

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Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA
June 30th 2005

Plants

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Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA
June 30th 2005

Farming energy

Fuji S602 digital.  1/250 second @ f/8 & ISO 200. /

Southwestern Minnesota, USA
June 30th 2005

Ho Ho Ho

noted elsewhere

       

Fuji S602 digital.  1/10 second @ f/2.8 & ISO 200. /

The Spam Museum parking lot
Austin, Minnesota, USA
June 29th 2005

Spamalot

Old Man River

Fuji S602 digital.  1/350 second @ f/8 & ISO 200. /

The Minnesota-Wisconsin border, a.k.a the Mississippi river, from an I-90 rest stop.
June 29th 2005

Automaton Concert Orchestra

Fuji S602 digital.  1/8 second @ f/2.8 & ISO 400. /

My last picture from
The House on the Rock, near Madison, Wisconsin, USA
June 28th 2005

I loved this place, but it's so huge and so insane that by the end I did feel like we were escaping from it rather than just leaving a tourist attraction in the usual sense.

Carousel

Fuji S602 digital.  6 seconds @ f/11 & ISO 160. /

The House on the Rock, near Madison, Wisconsin, USA
June 28th 2005

This carousel holds some obscure world record along the lines of "largest indoor carousel without horses"