Deer Cross Road in Snow-Covered Badlands National Park

A group of deer crossed a road in the snow-covered Badlands National Park on October 18.

Carol Bauer was driving through the park when she captured the stunning winter wonderland scenes.

“It had snowed the evening before so I woke up early hoping for a nice sunrise and a dusting of snow,” Bauer told Storyful. “It was beautiful.”

Mule deer and white-tailed deer are among the most common animals to see when driving through the Badlands, according to a government website. Credit: Carol Bauer via Storyful