I got to cross one more location off my photography wish list, sort of, as I took my family to the Medora Musical a couple of weekends ago. One place I wanted to scout for a future “dark-to-dark” photography day was the Wind Canyon Overlook at the South Unit of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. It was everything I expected, but even more challenging to photograph.
I took a quick panorma with my mobile device and scouted out some other potential locations for the future. I’d like to catch this location at pre-dawn, sunrise, sunset, and at night. A friend and I are scheming to make that happen yet this fall…we’ll see how that actually works out.
I’ll never run out of things to photograph in Bismarck-Mandan, or North Dakota in general. Time, however, is another issue. But I had little boys who loved to grab one of my spare cameras and photograph prairie dogs and bison with a 300mm lens, so I intend to make more trips as soon as we get more settled into our new house.