It was a perfect Valentines Day at the Bannack, Montana Ghost Town. If you know the Idaho/Montana region of the country, the weather could vary from day to day. The day started off warmer than usual with temperatures in the mid 30s. As the day progressed, the temperatures dropped into the lower 30s and upper 20s as the cold front moved into the Ghost Town.

I went to help out Caryn Esplin with her COMM 300 Digital Imaging class and show students different types of lighting. It was a blast being able to use the new Paul C. Buff Einstein lights, Beauty Dish, battery packs, and Cyber Sync triggers for the first time since the school got them. I also got to use the new Tokina 11-16mm lens for Canon cameras.

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Bannack School House HDR

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Love is in the Air with Joseph Kivett and Megan Bennett
Bannack Saloon

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Bannack, Montana Church

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Bannack Cemetery Sign

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Bannack School House

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Bannack School House HDR

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Hotel Meade view from Bannack school house Bannack, Montana

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View of the Hotel Meade taken with the schools new Tokina 11-16mm lens using my Canon T4i

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