A great deal of work has gone into making this picture of the state of Montana.
The Great Divide, a vast stretch of the U.S. border, stretches from the Great Lakes to the Colorado River.
It’s not just the terrain that makes it special; it’s the people who live there.
The people of Montana have a distinct culture, and a sense of pride.
This photo of the Montana landscape, taken by photographer Paul F. DeBolt, was shot in July of 2011.
The state is known for its mountain ranges and wild rivers, and the scenery is stunning.
It was taken in a place called Klamath Falls, where you can see the waterfalls of the Colorado, the Black Hills, and even the Grand Canyon.
DeFolts hometown is in nearby Clark County, which is a couple of hours drive from the epicenter of the border crossings.
Here’s what the photographer had to say about the process: When we first got the shot, it was pretty dark in Montana.
We were just trying to capture a bit of a scene for our series, so we were pretty tired after a day of hiking and biking.
But then after the sun came up and the mountains were starting to get really bright, we got really excited and started thinking about what we wanted to do.
When we got to the river, we didn’t know what the future held.
I remember sitting down and taking the camera with me, and I was looking up at the falls and just looking at the landscape and thinking, “Wow, this is really interesting.”
When you’re photographing this landscape, you can’t get a good shot if you don’t know where you’re going.
You have to get to know your subject, and that’s the hardest thing I think I have ever done.
I’m not really a good at knowing where I’m going, but that’s why I always like to be on the road, to be able to make good decisions and make a good choice.
In a lot of ways, the photographer Paul DeBolts series is about the people.
The subjects are just like us: They have their own personalities, their own customs, and they’re all trying to get along.
I think that’s what’s so fascinating about it, that we can all look at the Great Wall of China and see different cultures there.
I always felt like the border has been a little bit of an experiment for me, trying to figure out what makes people tick.
But that’s something I’m really happy with.
The landscape is beautiful, but I really like how the people are all in harmony and are all really friendly.
You can definitely tell they all really care about each other.
DeFranco has been shooting in Montana for five years, and he’s been shooting landscapes, film, and television for nearly as long.
DeBoett has worked on a number of different projects, including The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones.
DeBloets work on his own show, All You Need Is Kill, is an anthology series for PBS that includes some of his best work.