Cahokia |

We stopped by Cahokia on our way back from St. Louis about a month ago. Cahokia is (was, actually) the largest Native American city in the United States, and is one of the 8 UNESCO World Heritage sites in the U.S. I was really excited for the trip, because I was hoping to get some really good pictures, but was fairly disappointed with most of them. Here are the three I thought turned out the best.

This is Woodhenge. It appears to have served a similar purpose to Stonehenge, maybe, but no one really knows for sure:

1.6s, f/4.5, ISO-200, 28mm

I really like how I caught this woman moving, so that you can’t really make her out. It’s a pretty cool effect:

1.6s, f/7.1, ISO-200, 28mm

1/250s, f/6.3, ISO-400, 80mm