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2019 Desktop woodblock calendar
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Stockade Lake
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Ennis
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Sheridan Lake Road
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Henry's Lake Range
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Black Hills Barn
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Airport Road
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Madison Range
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Highway 212
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Chasing Thunder
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Looking South
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Rolling Thunder
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Pinnacles Overlook
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Highway 44
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Bear Creek
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Fence Line
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Frost
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Bandit Trail
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The Trapper Cabin
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Homestead
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 Snow and a frost-covered tree are illuminated through the fog with a strobe covered with a piece of wax paper coated with acrylic paint in Rapid City, South Dakota.
Electric Pink
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Collier Canyon
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 A view of irrigated fields along the Tongue River south of Birney, Montana. Residents in Montana's coal country debate the benefits natural resource extraction brings to the region with the damaging effects of water contamination. While the high-paying jobs brings much-needed prosperity to some of the area's communities, the presence of coal mining some argue threatens the livelihood of those who depend on clean water for agriculture. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times)
Tongue River Valley
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Highway 34
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Sage Creek Rim
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Terwilliger
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Sundown
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Central States Fair
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Lunar Eclipse
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 Cars are parked at dusk at Motel Rapid on Sturgis Road, or a portion of the Interstate 90 business loop, in Rapid city
Motel Rapid
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Little America
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Loropetalum No. 1
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White tail
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Road trip
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Nine Mile Road
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Autumn
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Alkali Road
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Sphinx
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Great gray
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Autumn in the hills
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Red Cloud
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Quake Lake
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 Jenn Zeller drives back from dinner to her home on the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation
Old Armstrong County
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Snow melt
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Grazing at dawn
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Emily
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Highway 240
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 A view of the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation from the east bank of the Missouri River.
Big Muddy
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Highway 79
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Dakota Highway
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The Shores of Quake Lake
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 In this Tuesday, April 22, 2015 photo, the last light of the day settles on the Badlands as seen from the Red Shirt Table Overlook on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. The communities on Pine Ridge have seen a rash of suicides where predominantly teenagers and young adults have taken their lives. Community members blame a variety of factors including socioeconomic situations, cyber bullying and a loss of hope for their future. 

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Red Shirt Table
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Loropetalum No. 2
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 In this June 13, 2015 photo, lights from the oil fields light up the sky over the Little Missouri River State Park.
The Bakken
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Signs of Winter
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Chevy
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 Livestock feed in the Rosebud Sioux Tribe's corrals in Rosebud, South Dakota. Tribal members long fought to not have the Keystone XL Pipeline cross through their fertile farmland.
Rosebud
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 A view of Art Hayes' land along the Tongue River near Birney, Montana, that has been a part of his family since his great grandfather settled on the Three Circle ranch in 1886. "I love that peace and quiet," Mr. Hayes explains about his love for being a steward of the land. "It's my little piece of heaven and I'm going to fight for it. "Even my great grandfather said, 'You're not going to make it without irrigation,'" he recalls his father saying. "It's just vital to us. We're here for the long run. It's (the land) is very productive. But it takes water." Residents in Montana's coal country debate the benefits natural resource extraction brings to the region with the damaging effects of water contamination. While the high-paying jobs brings much-needed prosperity to some of the area's communities, the presence of coal mining some argue threatens the livelihood of those who depend on clean water for agriculture. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times)
Birney
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Blues
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 The sun sets on the Conata Basin overlook in Badlands National Park.
White River Valley
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 Sue watches the sun set from the end of the dock next to her houseboat on the San Joaquin delta. Sue and her husband Robert have lived on a houseboat together on the Delta for almost two years. Mounting medical bills and health complications has Sue waiting to see if Robert's health gets well enough so that he can start working again. Robert suffered a heart attack earlier this year and is living with Coronary Heart Disease.
San Joaquin Delta
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 Light from the setting sun washes over the sky above Rapid City after an August thunderstorm.
Summer Storm
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White River Valley No. 2
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Black Hills Cabin
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 Lindsey Hays and Andrew Hays have lived in Rosebud since July 2014. The couple was drawn to the area after Andrew spent time in South Dakota while he working as an instructor with Teach for America. Now a manager of teacher leadership development working with elementary school teachers, Andrew has returned to Rosebud with his wife who works as a clinical dietician at the Rosebud Comprehensive Healthcare Facility. They say a big part about what they love about the area is that although it is rural, they love the scenic beauty.
He Dog
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 The last light of the day settles on the Badlands as seen from the Red Shirt Table Overlook on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota.
Dusk
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4th on the Madison
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