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yet despite all this

Normal travelers seeking a route between Cheyenne and Caspar would take Interstate 25, which would take about two and a half hours.

And that is the complete explanation of our route of choice, a desolate and meandering path that added roughly an hour to the drive. But we got to see this. (And we skipped the boring interstate.)

Shirley Rim Rest Area, Wyoming
photographed 8.27.2020

Two-track Way

It was extremely difficult for us to make any forward progress while driving around the Palouse: every single road that took off from the highway promised views like this. And every one of them that we didn’t drive on felt like a million missed opportunities.

Zakarison Road
near Fallon, Washington
photographed 9.3.2020

A storm in Kansas

From the vast plain on the eastern side of Colorado, it’s easy to watch the weather – even if it’s in Kansas….

Lincoln County, Colorado
photographed 9.4.2016

The Power

Apocalyptic much?

Lubbock County, Texas
photographed 4.4.2020

Heart-wire fence

The forecast was for snow, and I was looking forward to seeing this part of the state under a thin white layer. The idea of it fit the vision in my head images I wanted to bring back from a quick trip to the northern part of the Texas Panhandle.

There wasn’t any snow, not even the tiniest flake. But the next best thing – fog! – hung around all day long, giving me lots of chances to make gloomy images in the fragile light, like this vaguely heart-shaped wire holding together a fence.

Gray County, Texas
photographed 12.27.2019

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