a great fence, too. :)
Terri~Thank you for your kind remarks today:)I can't believe the size of the faces on Mt Rushmore when compared to the trees below. Love the peaceful Wounded Knee photo--so much sadness; so much history in that place :(Blessings, AimeePS: I wanted to tell you my ancestors lived in Van Buren county, Arkansas.
These are wonderful! I just loved being at Mt. Rushmore.
I would love to visit that area... Michelle
a fence with a view...love it...
Incredible photos, Terri. My husband and brother visited Mt. Rushmore about 4 years ago. Sadly, it was very foggy the day they were there.
I have never been out west - I would love to see it. sandie
That is one place I would love to visit. I am afraid I want make it now. The fence just set the sight off.
Great pictures. I've always thought that would be a neat place to visit.
Isn't Rushmore just AWESOME? We saw it last September... Hope you made it to Custer State Park also ---and on Needles Highway... Neat area!!!!Hugs,Betsy
I have seen Mt Rushmore and it is inspiring. Your photo really captures the majesty of monument. And I love the mood of your fence photo.
That photo of Wounded Knee is haunting. It's so desolate looking and has such a story to tell. I would love to visit out there. Thank you for sharing the great photos!
O wow, I am in awe. And such a vast expanse -- it's wonderful to someone who lives in a crowded city!
Beautiful country! I've never been to Mt. Rushmore, but I bet it's awe inspiring!
Very beautiful! I saw Mount Rushmore 40 or so years ago. I'd really love to go back. I suspect I'd have a different perspective. Thank for sharing these!
that must be so impressive to see in real life!
Impressive photos and a fabulous national monument. Thanks for sharing.
Wow!!! What great photos of a nifty adventure.Thanks.-g-
i have been to both places many years ago. great views. the presidents heads are so foggy. almost floating or so they appear. ( :
I agree with Tina, the photo of Wounded Knee is haunting. You can almost feel the spirits there. Someday I hope to get out there.
I am with Sandi, would love to see all this for myself so thanks for sharing the veiw with us.
Rushmore is on my bucket list!
Ooh, I love that eerie fog around Mt. Rushmore. I have never been there but is love to see it someday.
i have seen it and i was awestruck. it takes your breath away!!
The fence seems to accentuate the natural beauty of the Black Hills.Neglected Fence
I have never been to Mt. Rushmore. Top photo, my kind of country. Sweet fence!
Wow, these are beautiful! I would love to go there someday!
Thank you for the lovely shots of places I grew up around!
Never been to wounded knee, but we visited Mt. Rushmore when I was very young. It really is a place I'd love to see again.
The photos are beautiful!
Awesome photos..MT Rushmore is on my bucket list!
Hi Terri, thanks for your comment on my blog. I count my blessings every day so there's always lots to smile about. Mount Rushmore is an amazing art achievement. I know that I would be awe struck if I saw it in person. The story of the massacre at wounded knee is so sad. So much history there.Thanks for this.JB
I think your photo of Mt Rushmore is one of the better one's I have seen...It captures how huge it is. I would love to visit it one day.
My parents honeymooned at MT. Rushmore way back in 1940. Very impressive photo.
Wonderful shots Terri!
A lovely view beyond that fence.
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