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Guess where Western States

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The picture's filename confirmed what I was thinking. I agree with @Luanne, it looks like a lot of the southwest, but it's not.

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My initial thought was Badlands, but this is supposed to be Western States. At TUG, the Dakotas are part of Central States.
 

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My initial thought was Badlands, but this is supposed to be Western States. At TUG, the Dakotas are part of Central States.
There are also the Bisti Badlands in New Mexico. I posted a picture there awhile ago.
 

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There are also the Bisti Badlands in New Mexico. I posted a picture there awhile ago.
Of course. There are badlands in other western states as well. Badlands will often form where there is over-grazing of grassland by herded animals. But the pic posted appears to Dakota Badlands.
 

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I saw this today on Facebook. It's a real picture from a real western state location. Anybody know where this is?

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I saw this picture as well, but I can't remember for sure. Was it Catalina?
Yes. Bison are coming down to the beach because the people are gone.

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My initial thought was Badlands, but this is supposed to be Western States. At TUG, the Dakotas are part of Central States.
It is the Badlands. I forgot that this was east of the Rockies. This area seems to have a western vibe to me but I agree that it is more of a Central State.

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It is the Badlands. I forgot that this was east of the Rockies. This area seems to have a western vibe to me but I agree that it is more of a Central State.

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Understand. The western portions of the Dakotas loses the prairie feeling, and seems more akin to the mountain states.
 
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