Featured in South Dakota – Aug 3rd, 2009
Incredible views from every corner. I’ve never seen such amazing rock formations in my entire life.
hills, landscape, layers, nature, np, rock formations, rocks, scenery
I’m married to a wonderful man for over 35 years. I have one daughter and one grandson. I live in Winnipeg, Canada. Photography is my passion as is travelling. I do both whenever I can.
WOW, Teresa, and WOW again !!!! Excellent capture of an amazing landscape. Very well done, Me Friend.
Thank you so much my friend. I was away for almost two weeks visiting some of the most beautiful national parks in US. So far posted only this and a barn from Grand Tetons but will have lots more soon.
– Teresa Zieba
This is BAD (lands) lolWhat kind of wheels we need to drive there Teresa..Also.. how did you make this great shot.. where where you.. in a plane ?Good one thou !
Thanks John. I was standing on the edge of a very steep cliff. This place is so gorgeous and to tell you the truth I have no idea why they call it badlands. Maybe because it’s such a harsh land to live on.
fantastic capture hon,,,,,,,,this place is beautiful I remember. Back then I didn’t have my digitals but have photos,,,,,,,,
Thank you hon. We visited Badlands in SD and ND and they are so different. You will get to see the other shots one day for sure.
Incredible, Teresa ! :)
Thank you so very much Stan.
This reminds of a quote I just read about one of the US canyons “This is one hell of a place to lose a cow”!"
A good one and in this case soo true. I don’t think you will ever find it. Thanks Al.
Amazing capture, my friend!
Thank you once again my friend.
Thanks for submitting this image to the South Dakota group! Fantastic capture of our amazing Badlands! So glad you enjoyed your time there!
Thanks. I will have quite a few more from Badlands and Black Hills.
Love the way you filled the whole frame!!! Excellent capture!
Thank you so much. I really appreciate your wonderful comment.
Congratulations!! Your BEAUTIFUL photo has placed in the TOP TEN of Midwestern United States Photography’s Challenge, “This Land Is Your Land!”
Wow, thank you Lori. Didn’t expect that at all.