Wild Horse Butte
Wild Horse Butte is a name given this spot by Neal. While he explored the area he discovered a creek with that name and it seemed fitting to name the image the same. He was on site for photography but the White River Badlands is an important paleontological site. The Lakota found large fossilized bones, many types of fossilized shells and turtle shells. The steep canyons and draws, high tables, and rolling prairie hold secrets from the recent and very ancient past, life of the plains hunters, and earlier the paleo-Indians.
A love of the wild places and the history of this special area are expressed in the beauty of this special shot.
Gallery wrapped, canvas with UV and water proof coating, ready to hang.