Saturday, August 30, 2014

The Painted Canyon

During our trip to the Walmart in Dickinson, we took the time to stop and visit the rest area called the Painted Canyon.  It's far more than just a rest stop as it's part of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park.  The day we were there was overcast and really brought out the rich colors.

On the return visit I was able to snag some nice shots of the landscape as we sped by.

I like to call this one little house on the prairie, and it is since it's located in the National Grasslands.

There's a stark beauty to these skylines and fences with all that big sky.  It gives a person the sense of solitude and well being.

Long Live the Queen of Quiet  (not to be confused with the Quiet Queen....which would just be silly)


  1. nice fences!! love the rocks, too!

  2. Are you and Left Brain talking to each other?

  3. These are stunning shots of the landscape, the sky and the fences. I'm really enjoying this photographic journey. You have a fabulous day, hugs, Edna B.