Aberdeen's Living Christmas Tree
Dec 17, 2012
Custom choral risers stacked in a Christmas tree shape were built in 1988 for Aberdeen's first Living Christmas Tree performance. Singers have been caroling from the 20-foot structure strewn with garland and colored lights ever since. Chad Coppess took these photos at the December 1st performance. Coppess is the senior photographer at the South Dakota Department of Tourism. To view more of his work, visit www.dakotagraph.com.
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