When Jeff, Dave Black and I were scouting for different locations for the workshop, Jeff told me about this junkie abandon town called Cisco. Jeff said that it might be a great HDR location so we drove out to take a look at it. When I saw it being the HDR person that I am, I was jumping out of my seat in the car saying we have to do this.
When we brought the attendees out to this location we told everyone they only had one hour to shoot as we had lined up mountain climbers to shot with Dave Black that day. It was like watching kids in a candy store as everyone ran around trying to get the shots in one hour. This is actually a good exercise to do, by giving yourself a limited amount of time to produce a number of photos. It allows you to assess your location and decide what is important to shoot and to work on those shots instead of trying to shoot everything.
Here are a couple of my photographs from Cisco and when we get some from our students oppose those too.