I'm (almost) back from what will be my last road trip in America for a while.
Last week, I drove over a thousand miles to visit the Badlands in South Dakota. Since then, I survived a blizzard that left a foot of snow, I slept through 5 freezing nights in the back of my car, I sank in mud more times than I could count, I saw more wildlife than almost anywhere before, and the best of all, I practically had the whole place to myself.
During these five days, I struggled as the landscape challenged me as very few landscapes have done before. I don't know how many good images I made there, but not many.
I'm exhausted and looking forward to sitting down and look at the results of this trip.
For now, I feel like this was a very helpful time in nature with tons of time to think and reflect.
Talk to you soon.