South Dakota Badlands
43° 51' 14.0184'' N, 102° 20' 32.7732'' W
Badlands National Park in South Dakota is so-named for its inhospitable, difficult-to-traverse terrain. The Lakota people who moved to the area in the 1700s referred to the area as "mako sica" meaning bad or eroded land. While not very inviting for a traveller or settler, the land does look spectacular when illuminated by the setting sun.
The design features a digitally-altered photograph with an impressionist / oil painted style. The background has a subtle topographic base pattern. The state outline is created with a series of high resolution digital brushstrokes and drips.
- High resolution print
- 175gsm museum-grade paper
- Matte finish
- Hanging hardware not included
- To clean, wipe gently with a clean, dry cloth
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