There are nearly 12,000 acres of picturesque landscape in the Makoshika badlands. Makoshika State Park, near Glendive, Montana, is a great place to start a tour of high plains badlands.Continue reading “Makoshika Badlands Photographs”
Photographing Theodore Roosevelt National Park (TPNP) is a a rewarding experience. Because it is not heavily visited, photographers can capture unobstructed views without cars or people. Yay!
It is important to know that there are three separate areas, or units, of the park: North, South, Elkhorn Ranch. And, they are many miles apart. In addition, along I-94 near Medora, there is the Painted Canyon Visitor Center and rest stop. These photos are from our visit to the North and South units.Continue reading “Theodore Roosevelt National Park Photographs”
Badlands National Park is the archetypal example of badlands in the United States. Nothing dilutes the purity of these ragged erosional formations rising out of the shortgrass prairie. We were suitably impressed with the badlands we had explored in Theodore Roosevelt National Park and Makoshika State Park. But, the starkness of Badlands National Park was awe-inspiring.Continue reading “Badlands National Park Photographs”
One of Bill’s photographs is part of the 2022 exhibition at Black Box Gallery in Portland, Oregon. This exhibition is called Framed: Trees and Water. And, the selected photo is “A Slow Climb.” This print will be part of the gallery exhibition. In addition, there is an online annex where additional artists are featured.Continue reading “2022 — Framed: Trees and Water Exhibition”
You will not forget the first time you see Devils Tower in Devils Tower National Monument. Approaching from the south on Highway 24 in Wyoming, the tower suddenly appears from the top of the last rise in the road. It is a solitary sentinel on the rolling plains surrounding the Black Hills, near the Belle Fourche River. So, it is easy to understand why Theodore Roosevelt established this iconic tower as our nation’s first national monument.Continue reading “Devils Tower National Monument”
Death Valley National Park is glorious in December. There are no crowds and the colors vibrate in the low winter sun. So, take a look at our collection of photos from our winter photoshoot. Did I say there are no crowds?!Continue reading “Death Valley National Park”