On the dirt road to Newhouse, I came across what I guess was the old dump. More rusty cans than you could use in a lifetime. Well, I guess one rusty can is more than most of us could ever use, so I'm confident that that is a safe statement.
Neat shot. I don't suppose they rust too fast there. Did you poke around a bit, maybe find a squarish tin that might have been opened with a key? And I hope you're mapping is accurate, I want to see tin cans when I get to those co-ordinates, not walk into a snake pit or something.
I found three squareish ones, Guy, one is in the left foreground, but I didn't have my skate key or sardine can key with me. Sometimes I don't plan ahead enough. As for the exact location, I'm pretty sure that I shouldn't be off by more than a half a mile or so. You can ask the confused-looking British guy wandering around if you get lost. He'll have figured out all the snake pit locations by then, I'm sure.
Your librarian is a pretty generous sort, letting you post so late on a Sunday. : )
who would have thought it would be n1w who canned all his visitors when they came to his gallery. oh well, beats being caned.
lol One never knows about the various galleries one visits, Larry. Best to be prepared with a handy walking staff to whack unruly gallery owners.
Very interesting country side. Is this what you call Prairie country? I have only ever seen land like this in movies , but this is for real.Kind REgards,David
Hello again, David. No, this area is on the edge of the Rocky Mountains. The prairies are a couple of states over, and include Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma and the Dakotas. The prairie has much richer soil, and is much flatter, although, I'll grant you that this area is a bit on the flattish side in some of my shots. It is easy for us to take our surroundings for granted, I've grown so accustomed to living in the West that it doesn't even register sometimes that this is the area made famous not only on celluloid, but by actual historical figures and their efforts. Thanks for stopping in and checking things out.
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Photo taken in Beaver County, UT, USA
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