At one time I played a little golf, though I never got good enough to call myself a golfer. While visiting the South Dakota Badlands, one view reminded me of a sand trap on one of those courses way back when. I can just imagine where my ball would have landed and how difficult my next shot would be.
The Badlands remains one of our favorite spots in the country to visit. The National Park offers canyons, ravines, gullies, buttes, mesas, hoodoos and other such geologic forms, as well as striations of reds, yellows and grays exposed by the excessive erosion. Like the Grand Canyon, we never tire of exploring the area. This shot made my favorites for the golfing reminder, but also the colors and features of a bright sunny day in South Dakota, complete with a big, clouded, blue sky.
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Jack Huber has taken tens of thousands of photographs around the country and in his foreign travels.