Natural landscapes: in the land of dinosaur hunters


Many people have never walked in the strange, fascinating world of badlands. So to see them covered in snow is even more exotic. I spent half a day here (one of the world’s most important dinosaur fossil sources) and it was glorious – photogenic landscapes were everywhere and I did not encounter even one other human being.
The only real colour in this scene was blue, so I opted to show you a monotone version, which heightens the drama. That said, here’s what the park looks like in winter colour:
Nikon D90, tripod, polarizing filter.

Click on the picture for a larger view.

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