A pronghorn antelope surveys the plains for possible danger in Badlands National Park near Wall, South Dakota. I have an appreciation for wildlife photographers, sometimes a nice shot like this just presents itself, but more often than not, great shots are a result of spending a good deal of time out in the elements in the same places animals like to spend their time. I like to get up early, even on vacation, so while my lovely wife was still sleeping, I was out getting some shots of wildlife you don’t see in Minnesota. Badlands National Park bathed in the gold of an early morning sun really is beautiful, if you ever get the chance to pass through during the “golden hour” after sunrise or before sunset, do it, and bring your camera, you won’t regret it.
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Built in 1889, no longer in use by the 1930’s, falling into disrepair and in danger of being torn down … Continue reading Little Dane Church-St. Onge, South Dakota
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Built in 1889 and dedicated in 1893, the Little Dane Church was started by Scandinavian immigrants who settled in Lawrence … Continue reading Little Dane Church-St. Onge, South Dakota
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