AWESOME header, and your picture is amazing!
Awe inspiring! You must have had to go single file there. I wonder if there was a long queue? If so, it must have been worth the wait. I love you header with the periwinkles and white tulips.
Wow, that really is a needle's eye tunnel. Great shot Betsy.
Youre right Betsy, it just doesn't get any more awesome than this!! Just adore the header too!x
Wow what a picture. It looks a scary tunnel to drive through but as you Americans say - awesome.
Cool shot, Betsy! Looks like an awesome place to visit.
So glad you are back in the saddle. I am thinking of returning also. I have to wonder how they did that. I would be a tad nervous going through that.
nice view. ( :
Would you look at that!! I can see why it is called needles eye.Beautiful Betsy!
I can't believe that we were in SD and missed this!!!! Impressive!
Wow! It looks amazing :-)
Wow! The last time I was in the Black Hills was 1970 I think. I sure don't remember that incredible photo.
That is an incredible photo.
Hello Betsy, Very neat tunnel. The Black Hills are awesome but we never saw this beautiful site. hugs Judy
totally awesome shot! and wow what a stone that is. were you in the middle of the road? love it
Ahhhhh memories from my childhood. It has been a long time since I've seen that!
when the photo loaded, i said out loud 'oh, wow! that's really cool!' so now i'll say it in my comment. :)
Fantastic photo!!! Really cool shot!
Forgot to tell you...love your header..so beautiful!
Oh Betsy! ~It is a miracle of nature ... I'm thrilled.I admire!Your photo is fantastic.Greetings from Polish far.I send you a kiss.Lucia
Wow Betsy, that is incredible. Awesome shot. MB
I've been to the Black Hills but I sure don't remember visiting that. Did Patti miss that? It's hard to believe that she would. :)
Amazing shot. I hope I get to go there someday.Susannah
oh that is pretty awesome looking. It doesn't look like a very wide road, is that wide enough for 2 cars to pass through at the same time?
Wow that sure does look like the eye of a needle. Nice photo though it tells the whole story beautifully. Happy Wednesday!
What an awesome place:)
That is so cool. I have been wanting to go to South Dakota for years. Now I want to go even more!
WOW! I remember travelling down that highway. The scenery is spectacular.
Oh my gosh, what a cool photograph! That must have been fun to drive through.
Oh my! That is incredible to look at. Was it a one-way road? If not, how did you know if a car was approaching from the other direction?
Wow, that's amazing! Must have been fun to go through that. Neat picture, Betsy! :)
Looks like a tight squeeze. :)
I’m sure your felt excited passing this tunnel! Really rocking pass
This is so pretty and unusual
I remember those tunnels! So cool!
...that's pretty. Reminds me of a tunnel in the Poudre Canyon area of the Rockies, northwest of Denver.
Hi Betsy, that's a really beautiful scenery. Excellent click. :)Have a nice weekend, regards. Hugs to you.
Very majestic mountains. Great Picture.HugsNordis
I do not like tight ares, but I do like your header.
I can't imagine being on the road crew who built that, can you? I would imagine they had to blast through some of that rock unless it had the natural rectangle at the bottom. It reminds me a bit of the Fat Man's Squeeze at Rock City - - - but on a grander scale of course!
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