The “Old Coral” in the Spring While the Tall Grass is Still Green

Mark / History, North Dakota / / 0 Comments

On one misty morning, the “Old Coral” at the abandoned Fort Ransom County farm presented some beautiful deep green grass. It also contrasted those colors with the rust colored mold and decay on the old wooden fences of the coral. Though most of the farm I capture in black and white, some images really deserve color in order to do this unique subject real justice.

Like I had mentioned previously the expanse of the operation of this farm was impressive. There was a large coral, obviously for livestock like maybe horses, cows, pigs, sheep, goats, etc. It was a real joy to find and to return to this location again and again. I captured the image low, as if through the eyes of a child growing up on the farm, watching all the animals.

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