Ben Reifel Visitor Center (Landscape Panorama, with gallery border)
Badlands National Park, South Dakota (USA)
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From Badlands National Park Official Road Guide:
While the Rocky Mountains were being formed and the continent was in great geologic turmoil, a huge swath of the central United States was under water. The Yellow Mounds were fossil soil created from the exposed seafloor of the Western Interior Seaway. The top layer of sediments left behind as the sea receded has been weathered and chemically altered over time into the beautiful Yellow Mounds. Vivid yellows, reds, greens, and purples tack on top of each other to some of the most colorful geologic formations in the world.
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