Wild Side of the Park
Theodore Roosevelt National Park in western North Dakota is known for its remote ruggedness. Some, including Theodore Roosevelt himself, have found there a renewing solitude. But the biggest draw for some is the wildlife!
Amy White Shared Her Photos
We always appreciate Amy White’s insights and photos as she shares her passion for Theodore Roosevelt National Park. For Amy and her husband, an 800-900 mile road trip from Wisconsin is worth the effort in order to observe the animals which reside in the park. She recently related to us, “I tell you, this is our (Husband and I) favorite place on earth! If we were to win a trip where we could go anywhere in the world, we would go here! That’s how much we have fallen in love with it. My favorite are the horses. Please share my pictures with your viewers to show them how beautiful it is! ”
Enjoy more of Amy’s photos on her Facebook Page, Amy White Nature Photography . Also check out her website, Amy White Photography. Thanks, Amy, for sharing your passion with us!
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Check out this story of another photographer, Deb Lee Carson, who captured the essence of a stallion who stole the hearts of many! Read: The Story of Blaze, Like None Other!
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