Shooting at these types of events is a first for me. I can usually be found close to home capturing shots of neighbors, the farm, the hillside or my dog.
When I found out that Brooke Snow needed help photographing this week long event I jumped at the chance to help her out. I needed the practice as much as she needed the helping camera. This meant that I would have to leave my house at 7:30 am and drive for 2 and half hours in order to make it to the parade route in time. I could do this, but on a Saturday, ya I could do this.
Loaded the car, headed down I15, no traffic and the weather was perfect.
Thanks Brooke for letting me give a help out. Now for the photo I was able to capture.
I really hope that these three aren't the staff that I answer to, this could be a very interesting day.
Where, other than in the WEST, would you find someone crazy enough to put some cattle horns on their vintage automobile? That's just Crazy Wrong if you ask me, I can do with out the extra horns.
Last but not least, as there were many, we can't forget the
Did I tell you that small town days are great.
Can't wait till my hometown has there annual SPUD DAYS.