West River Stormy Skies
Jul 22, 2014
"The Black Hills, Badlands, Mount Rushmore, and Crazy Horse seem to be big labels when you think of South Dakota, but in a matter of minutes Mother Nature can transform the most barren of landscapes into scenery that will leave you in a trance,” says Cody Lere, Rapid City. “The wrath of Mother Nature can be scary, but it's really amazing when you can sit back from a distance and take it in. It's hard to beat the sight of lighting on a warm summer night in South Dakota.” See more of Lere’s work at https://www.facebook.com/CodyLerePhotoAndDesign/
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