Max and I took a drive down to Sheridan, Wyoming yesterday to visit some friends. We took the back roads all the way down and had fun finding things you just don’t see taking the highway. Here are a few of the photos I took during the day’s trip.
I headed west today and stopped in Reed Point, population 96. Reed Point claims to be the “Sheep Drive Capital of the World” and if you don’t believe it, stop by in September and they will prove it! I stopped because from the Interstate I could see two grain elevators and I really like photographing them. There was quite a bit more to photograph in a one block radius, and I managed to capture a few different looks, including a Rusted Relic!