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The Good Badlands
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These arid places of clay and shale are the backdrop to harsh, desolate, and infinitely delicate vignettes. To a casual visitor, it is a sun baked wasteland of lifeless grey earth, caked and cracked and carved by rare floods. To the patient observer, however, there is great beauty here, delicate and subtle, but it does not reveal itself easily. You have to want to see it, and be willing to work hard for it. On rare years, wildflowers burst into stunning display of color, transforming the desert into a veritable garden for just few precious days; miss it and you may never get another chance. This area is also coveted by off-road enthusiasts, in many places despite legal closures to protect the fragile ecosystem. This is a place where humans always struggled, yet always fought for.

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Glowing Ramparts


Launch Pad


In Due Course


Evening Falls


Sea Change


Rolling Stones




Ever After




In A Faraway Land


Velvety Moonlight


Radiant Pastels


Golds and Blues


Cloud Shadow


Infinite Funnels


Shale Ramparts


Badlands Pastels


Crumbling Castle




Future Fossil


Spring Vortex




Awash in Color


First Blooms


Early Purples


Streaming Color


The Wait is Over


Alluvial Rug


Badlands in Bloom


Rare Beauty


A Perfect Morning


Butte in Pastels




Quiet Butte


Pastel Ocean


Above the Reef


Undulating Pastels




The Desert Dreams


Winter Color


Badlands Autumn


Cottonwood Blues


Fremont Winter


The Loneliest Season


Fractals Within Fractals


Pleasant Eve


Low Cloud


Badlands Dawn


Special Relativity


Bentonite Planet


Geologic Time


Desolate Peace


Life, Just Barely


Cold and Desolate


Via Illuminata


Illuminated Alluvium




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