// south dakota • january 2018
I love stark landscapes. The Great Plains are a key example of how beautiful seemingly endless fields can be — especially in the dead of winter. During our weekend in Sioux Falls, we were lucky enough to experience white-out conditions (one of my favorites). While driving around the outskirts of the city, we came across this stunningly beautiful barn. I think we are all used to the classic “red barn” stereotype, but this black and white take on an American classic floored me.
Established on 1944 and located at the US state of Texaxs, Big Bend national park is home to Rio Grande.
A river joining Mexico and United States and acting as a border. It stretches more than one thousand
miles. Full of rich history dating back from Paleo-Indian period of 10,500 years ago, Big bend is full of
sites to see.
Size: 801,163 acres
Wildlife: javelina, bluebonnets, cougars, coyote, ocotillo, Mexican wolf, and flycatcher
Visitors per year: 352 thousand
Things to do:
1. Santa Elena Canyon 2. Chisos Mountains 3. Pine Canyon Trail 4. Visitor Center for guides
... Amazing photo by @chris.raborn.photography ... Source: nps, wikipedia, and tripadvisor
You know those places where “been there, seen that” doesn’t apply. Yep, this is one of them. These views never get old! — #StayWild
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