DAVE BRUNER: Photo Gallery — September Snapshots
September 30: Coming Across the Missouri River railroad bridge. I caught this train coming across this historic bridge in Bismarck, N.D., by chance. With the fall colors, it made for a colorful photo. I did get the sun peeking thru the leaves in the upper left-hand corner.
September 24: “I Hear That Train A Comin”: Not really, as I hiked almost two miles to this area and set up waiting for a train to come by. Waited for almost three hours. I had the camera set up on a tripod and just happened to wander away about 30 ft when I happened to look up and see this train coming real fast. I ran back to the camera and was just able to push the shutter button a few times before the train flew by around 60 mph. The wind was blowing around 25 mph so I didn’t hear it. It was a coal train with 3 engines in front and one on the end.
September 20: “Finger Clouds”: Taken by my cell phone. A cell phone can work fine in a pinch when you leave your DSLR at home. Took these of some unusual cloud formations at sunset on our way back to our house.
September 20: Ralph Engelstad Arena with finger clouds.
September 14: Bismarck Downtowner’s Street Fair.
September 12: “September Storm Clouds”: Sheila Bruner and I went on another road trip Sunday evening and was fortunate to have such a dramatic sky for this image.
Grand Forks photographer Dave Bruner took these gems this past month.