This book, “Badlands” by Tom Carroll, is a photographic tour through the Badlands National Park that is a land of sharp ridges, steep walled canyons, gullies, pyramids and knobs that has been so ruthlessly ravaged by wind and water that it is now hugely picturesque. The Badlands are a wonderland of bizarre, colorful spires and pinnacles, massive buttes and deep gorges. Erosion of the Badlands reveals sedimentary layers of different colors: purple and yellow (shale), tan and gray (sand and gravel), red and orange (iron oxides) and white (volcanic ash). 120 photographs. See more BADLANDS photographs at: http://carroll77.zenfolio.com/p581462870/
Tom Carroll is an award-winning nature, landscape, travel, and eclectic photographer and lecturer based in North Carolina. Visit — www.TomCarrollPhotography.com — for photography and lecture presentations on Photographic Composition and Visual Design in Photography.