New landscape photographs from the stunning, wide-open prairies and plains
States like Kansas are not often top of the list for landscape photographers, which is a shame. The great national parks of the American west are deservedly popular for their striking and dramatic landscapes, but other than courageous storm photographers, prairie states like Kansas aren't usually thought of as landscape photography destinations. That's exactly why I went there. Standing elbow-to-elbow with a hoard of other photographers to photograph the setting sun at Mesa Arch seems to me like a special kind of Hell.
While my visit was quick, I loved what I saw and I can't wait to get back to Kansas to explore more thoroughly. The beautiful landscapes I found there were mine alone. In some locations, there wasn't another person (let alone another photographer) for miles around.
Black and white photographs of the great American prairie landscape
Abandoned Prairie Farm House: Black and White Photograph by Keith Dotson. Click to buy a print.
Salt Creek Running through the Prairie: Black and White Photograph by Keith Dotson. Buy a fine art print.
Black Trees on the Prairie, Black and White Landscape Photograph by Keith Dotson. Buy a fine art print here.
Abandoned Stone Farmhouse in Early Morning: Black and White Photograph by Keith Dotson. Click here to buy a print.
Cottonwood Branches - Black and White Landscape Photograph by Keith Dotson. Click here to buy a print.
Mushroom Rocks on the Prairie - Black and White Landscape Photograph by Keith Dotson. Buy a print here.
See all of my Kansas photographs here
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