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Colored Layers and Badlands Formation (Badlands National Park)

Colored Layers and Badlands Formation (Badlands National Park)

Before I'd headed out on this trip to explore national parks and monuments up in the Dakotas, I'd spent time looking at images others had captured. One kind that really struck me was with views of towering heights above in the Badlands. Here I focused not only on that towering heights view but also that of the intricate patterns and layers of rock in those formations. Given the overcast skies and intermittent rain that day, I decided to angle my SLR camera slightly downward capturing the grassland and smaller formations to my front. I could then work an angle to include the upper portions of the butte and pinnacles off in the distance. I later used a Pro Contrast and Skylight CEP filter in Capture NX2 for the final image to address what I felt was the more muted colors from the overcast skies above.

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Photo prise @ Interior le 13 mai 2018 (© thor_mark  / Flickr)

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