Sunrise Over Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota
Tags: Nature, Photo, Photogrphy, Sunrise, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Travel
Amazing motion that comes with this photo! Love it:)
You make me want to visit North Dakota, something I never thought possible. Lovely!
Thanks. Definitely put Theodore Roosevelt NP on your to-do list. Check this out . . .
and this . . .
Enjoyed those posts too! Now if you could only get there without the whold drive through ND. But I’m not being fair. I’m sure there are other worthwhile things in the state. And since I’ve not been there, it would be especially evil of me to malign the entire state!
Thanks, as always.
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This blogger consistently has superb pictures with lots of colour often combined with locations of places I have never heard of. If you are busy, working but in your heart of hearts have the desire to travel and discover, you can do so vicariously through this blog. Thanks for the photos, and stories.
Lovely snap! Have been there and it is a good place to visit.
My ex and I travelled through here in 2010 on the way back from Chicago to Seattle. It truly is a beautiful park.
Amazing picture! The moment you captured brings to mind the feeling of serenity and peace. Thank you for sharing this. I am enjoying your other past as well.
It’s a wonderful place. Having good material to work with makes the photography much easier.🙂
It truly is an amazing place and one that inspired Theodore Roosevelt to tap his full potential. Your post is also timely. The peaceful site of TR’s Elkhorn Ranch site is under threat by an individual who plans to open a mine across the river. TR biographer Edmund Morris made the case for preserving the site in the NY Times op-ed last month. You can find it here:
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