"When I was cresting a hill just before sunset I came across a group of horses. They were backlit by the sunset and I was so busy taking photos that I didn’t notice these two come up to my car. They licked the hood of my car for 20 minutes while I sat breathless watching them in the fading sun. I love that the National Parks make unique encounters like this possible."
10% of the artist's commission from the sale of this photo will be donated directly to Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
This photograph taken at dusk in Theodore Roosevelt National Park in western North Dakota highlights the silhouettes of two visitors met along the road in a place where animals roam freely and civilization surrenders to the workings of nature.
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