Bridge of Colors

© Lyle K. Glass

Bridge  of  Colors

Uploaded: April 19, 2012


A bridge with wonderful color and fantastic stone work in Theodore Roosevelt National Park. The bridge is hidden, although you drive over ityou don't see the colors and stone work unless you hike down in the valley. I was watching a remuda of wild horses who were watching an old bison bull die. After I saw that the bison wasn't moving, I hiked down in the valley to take a closer look at the bison and I passed by this bridge.
The whole setting struck me, the colors and the stone work. I've been over this bridge many times but never bothered to stop and hike down to it until now. Tweaked in PSE7.

Photographed in Theodore Roosevelt National Park, South Unit, Medora, North Dakota on 4-15-2012 at 3:40 p.m.


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