This land is your land, this land is my land...
This land was made for panoramic photography.
What better way to get back into the swing of this blog-posting thing than with the pitiful photographic remnants of (hands-down) the most stunning natural landscapes that I have ever had the privilege of viewing.
Not a place that I had ever felt personally motivated to visit, but when opportunity presents itself in the form of a road trip invitation, made by two friends that you have been longing to spend time with, and handed out the day before your wedding (although you don't learn about it until the day after, because seriously, who is going to put that kind of pressure on the bride), well, who am I to say 'no'?
We set out just 24 hours after saying 'goodbye' to our friends from the UK in northern Michigan - Friday morning - drove south to Indianapolis, and then continued westward through the night. By six 'o' clock on Saturday morning we were in South Dakota, waking up in the badlands.
|Breakfast in the badlands.|
One majestic landscape at a time, I think.