It’s been about a month, but we are finally around to processing some of our favorite photos of our Dakota adventure. The first stop in North Dakota was Theodore Roosevelt National Park, where we encountered the “badlands” as well as some great wildlife. Here is one of our early views of the landscape:
A black and white rendition of the North Dakota Badlands landscape. I’ve always been fascinated by sedimentary rock. I also could not keep from saying, “It’s sedimentary, my dear Watson,” to Michelle.
We also encountered our first bison of the trip while in the park. Here are a couple of portraits:
One of the highlights of the trip, by far, were the feral horses in Theodore Roosevelt National Park. We came upon this group of horses on our first morning drive of the loop road.
This was the first horse we came across. It seemed to keep a distance from the rest of the herd, thought there was one other gray horse with it.
This young horse was laying beside it’s mother, having a snack on the grass. Print Available.
“Marching Orders.” Fed up with the loitering photographers, the herd decided to hike up the mountain for some alone time. Print Available.
A bit later we ran into a family of deer.
I wonder what these two prairie dogs were conspiring about. Print Available.
This was one of my first attempts at stitching a panorama. I made this photo out of about four or five individual shots. Print Available.
All images ©2015 by Garber Geektography