I've begun the task of editing and optimizing images from my recent trip west. Sitting at the computer is not always much fun, but it is a necessity in this era of digital photography. Besides, the very hot outdoor temperatures we've recently experienced make it much more pleasant to be indoors in an air conditioned house.
Here are a few landscape images that I made in Badlands National Park in South Dakota.
This photograph breaks "the rules" of composition by having the horizon across the centre of the frame. Rules are made to be broken. I did like the composition mainly because of the clouds.
I often like to search for graphic details within the landscape, as in these last three images. The grand landscape is not always the most interesting method of creating a sense of place.