To finish out the week, here is a monochrome version of a previous picture I took during my fall color expedition to Minnesota’s North shore. I tweaked the output a bit. I was looking for texture and shapes here and I hope that I succeeded.
Today’s picture takes us to the small, unique and picturesque Japanese Garden found in a most unusual place–the campus of a community college.
This is a corner of the Japanese Garden at Normandale Community College, done in monochrome.
Next up, the second in Hamilton’s Void Trilogy
Long ago, I read Logan’s Run, and was surprised to learn that a project to build a giant memorial to Crazy Horse was being built in the Black Hills–very slowly.
In 2008, when I was out in Western South Dakota, I could not resist a visit. Here is a closeup of the head, which recently had some work done.
I don’t know if they will ever finish this thing, but it would be one of the most impressive monuments ever if they did.
Today’s picture for you is from the Needles Scenic Byway in Custer State Park, South Dakota. Not for the faint of heart (or the large-vehicled_), the narrow byway wends its way through the intriguing and picturesque rock formations in the central Black Hills of South Dakota.