South Dakota February 03, 2016
What Was Photographed At Night In South Dakota Is Almost Unbelievable
As true South Dakotans, we know the tremendous beauty our state has to offer. Even for those of you who have lived in South Dakota your entire lives, what was photographed at night here will truly leave you breathless.
1. The Badlands in winter under the Milky Way
The Badlands have never looked so good! We are completely captivated by this photo.
2. Fourth of July Fireworks
An integral part of any Independence Day celebration, this photo captures South Dakota's undying love for our country and the fireworks that we use to celebrate it.
3. The Corn Palace in Mitchell, SD
The Corn Palace is as stunning a sight at night as it is by day! You just have to get really close to see the corn.
4. Falls Park in Stunning Colors
The namesake of Sioux Falls, the beauty of these falls is uniquely and beautifully captured in this nighttime photo.
5. The Badlands under a Starry Sky
The stars, the galaxies, and the Badlands all in one photo make for a truly compelling image. Note to self: go camping here!
6. Lightning in a South Dakota Thunderstorm
One of the best things about South Dakota is our outrageous summer thunderstorms. This photo captures that eerily beautiful lightning that accompanies those storms.
7. Mount Rushmore by the Light of a Full Moon
The full moon provides the perfect amount of light on these four treasured presidents.
8. Ferris Wheel in Western SD
Summertime fairs are the absolute best! We are loving this vibrant shot of a moving ferris wheel.
9. Yankton's Discovery Bridge
Bridging the border between South Dakota and Nebraska, this perfectly lit photo captures Discovery Bridge in all its glory.
10. Sky at night near Scenic, SD
Of course, we had to end with a stunning sky photo. It never gets old seeing an endless sky full of stars.
These photos of South Dakota at night are beyond stunning. They are the perfect way to appreciate the absolute beauty of our state. Have you taken any photographs of South Dakota at night? We would love to see them!