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My 2012 South Dakora trip

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Badlands National Park series

Imagine viewing a land where sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles and spires are blended with the largest, protected mixed grass prairie in the United States. This extraordinary region is the Badlands, located in southwestern South Dakota, just east of Rapid City. The best of these savagely beautiful badlands comprise the 244,000 acres of Badlands National Park, a unique region so ruthlessly ravaged by wind and water that has become a scenic wonderland.

The badlands region sprawls over 10,000 square miles of vast prairies and grasslands, amidst the chiseled spired landscape and rugged pinnacles. Explore this picturesque region of South Dakota that few see. For some of the most amazing sunsets anywhere in the U.S. or to view the millions of stars at night, this is one of the most beautiful places to visit.
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Aug 26 2012 07:08 GMT Bellavista
fantastic landscape John, and interesting story! Would visit with pleasure and see the stars and sunsets!
Aug 26 2012 07:10 GMT 25barb
An amazing place and an amazing photo. Full size is breathtaking...Such a magnificent and awesome place and you photographed it fantastically.
The colors are wonderful with the blue of the sky and the white clouds.
Perfectly captured and presented.
Aug 26 2012 07:31 GMT Annamaria
A great view of a rocky area!!
Aug 26 2012 08:43 GMT Lie
It must be great to see this and the stars by night...great landscape and picture....
Aug 26 2012 09:01 GMT hans55 PRO
looks like a fantastic place to explore ...looking forward to more pictures !!
Aug 26 2012 09:20 GMT elsje323
great view John
Aug 26 2012 12:41 GMT bandsix
Great photo John......
Aug 26 2012 12:43 GMT wijnie58
It likes on the moon....Great shot, John..:-))

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