Tree, Pond and Fence, South Dakota

Tree, Pond and Fence, South Dakota

Tree, Pond and Fence, South Dakota

I drive a lot of back roads. A lot. It drives my wife—and on trips, my students—nuts at times. But this habit grew from my understanding that back roads offer prime chances at images few people ever see, a chance to unite a rural sensibility with a visual aesthetic that has both meaning and appeal.

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2 comments

  1. Brett – I could not agree more about reasons for taking back roads! When there is a choice, that’s what I always pick. I know you’ve seen the same thing that we’ve got here – oil/gas trucks are all over the place and the back roads are changing; it makes me think we are going to have to adjust our “visual aesthetic” somewhat.

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