My wife and I live in Wisconsin, which is located in the Midwestern/North Central U.S. My wife is from North Dakota, which is both in the Midwestern U.S. as well as solidly in middle of the Great Plains, which are very generally the flat lands between the Mississippi River and the Rocky Mountains in the U.S. and roughly the same area in Canada that is east of the Rockies. We regularly travel to North Dakota and typically bring our two dogs when we go. It would be difficult and expensive to fly with the dogs so we typically drive when we travel there. Driving through the Great Plains means mile after mile wide open space with distant horizons. The photos here are a few of the horizons we have seen traveling through the Great Plains and are submitted for the Weekly Photo Challenge: Horizons.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Horizon (Plains Style)Posted: October 25, 2013 in Landscapes, Nature, Nature Photography, North Dakota, Photography, Sunset
Tags: Great Plains, Horizon, Midwestern United States, North Dakota, postaday, Sun Dogs, Sunset, Travel, weekly photo challenge