Captured last autumn at FortWhtye Alive, our Nature Center, on the southwest edge of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada….Notice that there is a travois in front of the third teepee…a travois is a device used by Native North Americans of the Great Plains for transporting their tepees and household goods. It consisted of two poles, lashed one on either side of a dog or, later, a horse, with one end of each pole dragging on the ground. It had straps or wooden crosspieces between the poles near the open end that served as a carrier. Like the sledge, the travois was used by Native Americans before any use of wheels was known to them.
Canon XTi, w 55-mm Lens, AV 6.0, Shutter speed 1/200, ISO 200.
HDR enhanced, hand held…1 RAW image blending 3 exposures…tone curved in Photomatix Pro 4.1.3.
Further enhanced in Corel Paintshop Pro x3.
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