Back in black and white.
Yes, I’m back in black and white.
Not quite out of the sight
The textures and lines of the Badlands are part of the beauty and exotic charm of the region. Sometimes color is so impressive the texture and lines are less apparent.
Start in Medora
The Black and White photo safari in the Badlands starts at Medora. A whole album of Medora black and white is possible, there is much to yield itself to the process. The covered wagon is just one example
Head out to the National Park
All winter, bison slowly move across the grassy plains. Sometimes, though, when the sun is warm, they pick a spot to go sunbathing.
Once on top of the hills, the never-ending variegated sculpture of the landscape seems endless.
The texture of the Badlands is apparent at a south-facing hill near Scoria Point in the South Unit of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
A surprise find — just let it lay. It’s nature.
Of course, not all the land is black and white. You oughta see it during the “golden hour!“
There are plenty of opportunities all winter to visit the South Unit of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park at Medora. Here’s a suggestion, the little hike we took that got most of these images above.
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