South Dakota Scenery
I always keep my camera with me on shoots. Sometimes, it's to get fun behind-the-scenes shots. Other times, I just get to shoot some of the beautiful places we work in.
The farmers weren't to happy with the wheat in this field- it wasn't doing as well as they hoped because they had such a wet year. Still, it looked plenty pretty to me.
We were afraid that this storm front would shut us down for good, but we got lucky. There was some dramatic lightening, but all the rain stayed north of us.
7530 Premium with a 568 Round Baler. The green paint looks so good with the blue sky and golden wheat that I couldn't resist.
We ended up near the Missouri River one day. People tell me South Dakota doesn't look like this most summers.
Road signs as night fell. I was really amused by the Caution signs, because I never did figured out what the alleged danger was.