It is very hard to describe Badlands National Park to someone who hasn't been there. The diversity of rock formations range from jagged peaks to erosion-carved rock. The park has one main road that runs 31 miles from end-to-end. Every curve in the road brings you to a different type of scene. This composition shows the road curving around what are known as the Orange Mounds toward a section of the famed 100-mile "Wall" that acts as the spine of the park. I left the cars on the road to give viewers an idea of how expansive Badlands is, keeping in mind that this photo shows only a small section of the road.