Medora/Theodore Roosevelt NP --
Today I decided to get away from the every day life in the Bismarck area and get to one of North Dakota's treasures before the tourist rush happened. I headed out west to the town of Medora in the National Park of Theodore Roosevelt. Turned out it was a beautiful day to do so and at the same time it would give me an opportunity to use the video cameras of my iPhone and my new GoPro.
I got some good driving footage with the GoPro on the way into and through the town of Medora. I got to show some of the old western style buildings in town. Some of them go back to the time the town was founded. I also got some driving footage of my self going through the National Park as well and used the iPhone along with the GoPro to capture some wildlife footage as well.
I put all the videos onto YouTube and Facebook if you would like to see them.
I also took a lot of pictures with the iPhone and my Canon 1D Mark III as well. I could have done better but I was rushing myself for some reason so personally I am disappointed with the photos I took today. I have to learn more patience when it comes to trips like this. I do not have to get home by supper time every time I go out to take pictures... say that to yourself 100 times to get it into your head. Be patient and get the shots you want from your adventure.
I put the pictures I thought were ok in the "North Dakota" and "Wildlife" albums for you all to look at so enjoy...