Ray Semroska and his two dogs, Maggie and Kate, feeding the cows. I particularly love this picture because of all of the layers. Ray is a layer, then Maggie and Kate, and then the cattle through the window. The three in the truck are also framed nicely by the window.
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Ray and Doreen Semroska are two of the nicest people I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. They are a down-to-earth couple and they didn’t mind answering our bombardment of questions. I love this picture because it very well portrays the culture of West Nebraska, with the couple sitting beneath a painting of Native Americans and a set of horns.
Three horses were about as interested in us as we were of them. They were trying to figure out what we were doing with those silly cameras. The brown horse had a spunky personality, as he tried to eat both my glove and camera strap. I liked this picture because of the framing of the horses by the barbed wire fence and how all three of them were looking directly at the camera.
This restaurant in Harrison, Nebraska, looks like it hasn’t been closed for very long. I loved all of the lines that are in the picture and the small “closed” sign, marking the death of another business in the small town that didn’t have quite enough to make it.