This is the front end of a Steam Powered Case Threshing Machine. A historic machine part of Pioneer Village in Crosby, North Dakota. It is part of a never finished project called "Circular Logic," where the major element in every photograph is a circle or part of a circle.
"If we don't have it, you don't need it." Old country stores needed to have everything for everybody all the time. This one did.
I let myself take a flight of fancy with this photograph and title. Looking at these rock formations it's not hard to transport yourself into the realm of science fiction and allow this small rocks to be planets in your own universe.
A little bit surreal, but I assure you, no pixels were manipulated in this photograph. This building was right up against a large berm and the trees were growing right out side the window.
There are times when the light is absolutely perfect. That shaft of light angled down perfectly and caught the corner. No photoshop here, just patience and a bit of luck.
Another early morning view of the Antique Store in Roundup, Montana. I was up early because of the time difference from the East Coast and I had to take a walk because the light was wonderful. Not only the light, but the smell of the sagebrush and pine that blew into town during the night. As soon as everyone began driving as the day began, the wonderful high prairie aroma was blown away on clouds of exhaust.