In early October I traveled to Rock County, Nebraska for several days of photography. This area is in the North East section of Nebraska maybe 70 miles south east from the Badlands of South Dakota.
It is a cattle ranching area and typical ranches are in the thousands of acres to provide enough grassland for their cattle since everything here grows on a base of sand and the prairie grass is not very dense.
I stayed in the town of Bassett which is right in the heart of this sand hill country and a good spot from which to explore the surrounding territory. At first it seemed like quite a desolate area, but it is anything but that.
Below are a few of the images I obtained during my few days there:
As I was out on a drive one morning I noticed that there was a lot of commotion at this particular intersection near Ainsworth, Nebraska. Turns out there was a small cattle drive crossing the road.
By Member Steve Shor