River in the Badlands
Known for its open plains, stunning badlands, roaming wildlife, and remote ruggedness, Theordore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota made an everlasting impression on me. Every lookout, every corner, every view, I was truly in awe at the vastness and openness. Here the Little Missouri River snakes through the badlands during a beautiful golden hour before sunset. Although not the focus of the picture, a tiny, faraway deer can be spotted on the riverbank showing just how enormous the landscape is.