Patrick Warner is a photographer and GIS analyst born in Missoula, Montana and currently residing in Florence, Montana. He received his BA from Carroll College in Psychology and Political Science in addition to a GIS Cartography Certificate from the University of Montana. When he isn’t working or out photographing, he is reading a book or sleeping.
Up From the Plains
Up from the Plains explores the diverse geography of the west and its relationship to Montana’s culture. By size, Montana is the 4th biggest in the USA, as well as one of the most sparsely populated. It is connected by highways, big and small, stretching from the Great Plains to the Rocky Mountains. Agriculture, railroads, oil, wildfires, weather and especially the state’s highways all shape Montana’s landscapes and, inversely, the landscapes also shape culture.
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