For the Bison roundup, the crowds were restricted to two areas on either side of a valley. These locations were technically safe from the stampede, but in reality only a handful of riders stood between us and the herd.
Homestake Mine was a deep underground gold mine located in Lead, South Dakota. It closed in 2002. The mine is the site of the Homestake Experiment, a deep underground laboratory to observe solar neutrinos.
Shot with a Nikon 1 mirror-less camera, 100 mm zoom lens, at f8, and using a solar filter. I set up this camera to automatically make an image every minutes. Because of the magnification, the sun moved out of the frame twice during the first half of the eclipse. The images were over exposed by camera, so I corrected them a bit in lightroom.