A friend and I happened across this very foreboding shack on Highway 22/33 between Wilson, Wyoming and Victor, Idaho. I’m giving credit for it being in Wyoming, but I’m not sure it wasn’t in Idaho. Anyway, my friend was spooked by the images on the exterior and even more so by the ragged interior, which included shreds of fabric and vine hanging here and there in tattered wisps and a collection of three yellowed newspaper clippings that had been glued to one of the inner walls and then largely ripped off, leaving just a few paragraphs on each, referencing death by plague.
This is a four-shot panoramic stitched together with Photoshop CS3. The snow is a little gray because it was late in the evening and the snow was in shadow, so the brightest light came from the sky behind.
Pentax K20D, 1/125 @ F5.6, ISO 400, EV comp +.3, 70mm.