I got a call from Tri-County Electric Cooperative in January asking me to create a panorama photograph for their entryway at their new headquarters under construction in Hooker, Oklahoma. They had seen some of my powerline work in the past and wanted a photo that represented their service area. This was going to be a high profile photo that ran across the entire inside of their lobby above the customer service desk. And time was short. They had one week for me to capture the images and get them to their architect. Of course it was January so that meant some very cold early mornings and late evenings. I drove to the Oklahoma panhandle and stayed in Guymon for a couple of days to capture several sunrises and sunsets for them to choose from. I can’t show the final selected photos yet but here are a few outtakes that are not panoramic – just images I grabbed while waiting on the perfect light.
Below are is a slide show of a few photos from my trip.