I have to say, being able to be one of the official documentarians for the 100th Wyoming State Fair was one of the most impactful events of my professional career thus far.
Tradition, pride and stubbornness immediately come to mind when I think about Wyoming. Not stubbornness in a bad way, but in a “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” kind of way. Very little has changed since white settlers first moved into the area roughly 180 years ago and if they have it their way, that is how it will stay for another 180.
That’s why the 100th state fair was so special. It encompassed everything that Wyoming stands for in one week of community involvement. Ranching, rodeo, industry and the wild west in a historic setting that is sure to live on for years to come.
Following, are a few shots I snapped with the cell here and there as the fair progressed. Be sure to check back to the main site at http://www.adamherrera.com in the coming weeks for an updated portfolio from the past year. Hope you enjoy them as much as I did taking them!
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The road less traveled.
The Henry House
at the Menassas Battlefield, site of the
First and Second Battles of Bull Run
from the Washington Monument
Art enthusiasts march on the National Portrait Gallery
in support of David Wojnarowicz after his controversial installment
was pulled following protests by conservative Republican and Catholic groups.
CHiLi.HALF.SMOKE & CHiLi.CHeeSe.FRY
Next stop, Louisiana?
This Swarm of bees rolled in for the day and in the morning they were gone. Crazy…
Sorry for the late blog post, but as always internet is hit or miss with me…
Here’s what I’ve been up to so far in Chile!
A clown named Tuga
La Armada de Chile