Half the Park is after dark!!! The story of the North & South Dakota badlands begins over 65 million years ago. The dinosaurs had just become extinct, and the western half of North America was buckling and folding to create the Rocky Mountains. Large amounts of sediments were forming as water, wind, and freezing worked to break down the mountains. These sediments, mostly sand, silt, and mud, were carried off the eastern slopes by ancient rivers and deposited here in layers. Volcanoes in South Dakota, Montana, Idaho, and across the west were also erupting during this time, spitting out huge amounts of ash. Some of this volcanic ash was blown or carried by rivers into North Dakota and accumulated in standing water. Over time, the sediments turned into the sandstone, siltstone, and mudstone layers. Those layers are now exposed showing these Geologic formations here in Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota.
Metal Prints show off vibrant colors in a way no other medium can. The image is printed directly onto high quality aluminum and takes on life-like depth and dimension for an impressive display that stands the test of time. A metal hanger is standard, and the print is ready to hang when you receive it.
Canvas Prints have that "matte" look that canvas is known for. The image is printed on Fine Art Canvas and stretched over a 1-1/2" deep wooden frame for added depth. A hanger is standard, and the print is ready to hang when you receive it.
Paper Prints are exactly what is sounds like...paper. There are several different types of paper to have an image printed on ranging from classic luster paper, metallic, matte, and semigloss. If you want to explore this option, please contact me for full details. This is the paper print only, no frame.
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