Wild horses, bison, and a snowy landscape made for an amazing photographic trip to Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota. While it was challenging to shoot in snow and overcast conditions, it also allowed for some imagery that couldn’t have been created in any other way. I have a feeling it won’t be my last trip to the state.
Two views of the American Bison
Two views of wild horses running
Two views of wild horses feeding
Two views of North Dakota during a fresh snowfall
Two views of a herd of wild horses in Theodore Roosevelt National Park
Two views of the North Dakota landscape
Two final views of animals in the falling snow
A parting shot by Akash Wadwhani, another photographer I met while exploring North Dakota.
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LOve the buffalo and wild horses in a snow flurry shots
Yeah, those were my favorites too!
Great photographs, I never heard of this park. You’ve given me a reason to go to North Dakota
It’s a new favorite, and I’d like to explore more of the state myself.
What a stunning landscape, and gorgeous creatures!
It’s really something!
Stunning images (as always).
Those wild horses and bison make for great images (to share) – especially for inner city folk like me.
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WOW! Awesome shots, I do agree the snow create a special effect. Beautiful horses! Love the snow shots.
Thanks Mrs P!
I love the horses in the snow… really lovely photos, they’re fun to look at, thanks!
Appreciate that Adam!
Sieht das dort herrlich aus.
Absolutely fantastic Russ! I had no idea there were wild horses in North Dakota! Must have been quite a sight.
It was dreamlike!
Gorgeous and almost eerie shots.
What a difficult water hole to drink from… and look at the little foal rearing and playing on the top of the hill while the mares continue their more adult way of eating. Love it!
Appreciate hearing from you, glad you enjoyed them!