Beautiful images! I’ve only ever driven by the Sheldon, but even from the highway, it’s everything you say. I’d love to do some real exploring up there some day.
Thanks Jackson. It is a wonderful place. It has something for everyone and is full of surprises. 🙂
These are wonderful rural landscape shots.
Thanks Dragon! It does not get much more rural than this. 🙂
That really looks like one of the original outposts of the Wild West and I bet that if it could talk, it would have a very interesting story to tell and I’d love to hear about it. I love the black and white photos: they are always so much more artistic and atmospheric! Well done! Thanks for sharing.
Thank you Fatima. I agree about the black and white. It seems to capture the feeling of these old abandoned places. 🙂
Wow, I’ve never been to that region of Nevada but you’ve created an advertisement for travel there. I think the black and white emphasizes the expanse of the landscape and adds a historic quality to the structures, as well as being simply stunning. 🙂
Thanks! I highly recommend it as a place to visit for high desert lovers like yourselves. 🙂
Love this series, esp. the processing. 🙂
Thanks Frank especially for the commenting about the processing. I know what I like but it is nice to hear that others like what you did as well. 🙂
Beautiful work dear Northemdesert.
Best wishes 🙂
Thank you. 🙂
Somehow black and white captures desolation way better than any use of color.
Thanks and I agree Alli. 🙂
Superb photos of the old ranch. I like that you have converted them to B&W. Very cool!
Thank you! Old buildings just look good in b&w don’t they? 🙂
Absolutely! I like old buildings in general, must be something about the mystery around them:)
not an easy place to live as your wonderful photos illustrate
Thanks Eddie! 🙂
Thanks Tom. If only the buildings could speak. 🙂
I love those old barns! Your posts are always so inspiring.
Thank you Maria. I appreciate you saying that. 🙂
I love these old landscapes ~ takes me back to my hometown in the countryside, where everything has a story if you sit and look at it for awhile. These old barns and your photos speak volumes.
Agreed about the places speaking. Thanks for stopping in and commenting. 😉
And Montana thinks that it’s big sky country. Ha! Terrific photos, as usual. 🙂
Thanks! Nevada has some terrific skies and scenery as well. 🙂
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