Sunday, November 6, 2016

October 2016

Fall foliage at Sica Hollow State Park
October is always a bit bittersweet to be out photographing here in South Dakota.  First of all, it's usually the most colorful month with trees turning with the season, but it also means there is less light  in the day and cold weather is just around the corner.  Winter isn't here yet, so enjoy 12 of my favorite fall photos from the month of October various South Dakota locations.  Click on an image for a larger file to view and thanks for checking in! 

Just after sunrise in the Big Coulee area north of Summit, SD

Sica Hollow State Park's southern boundary

Wild grapes at Sica Hollow

Fall foliage at Union Grove State Park

Autumn and an abandoned house on the edge of the Coteau des Prairie in rural Roberts County, SD

A capital reflection at Pierre, SD

Autumn amongst the cottonwoods at Oahe Downstream Recreation Area north of Pierre

South Dakota State Capital in October

Sunset sky above a creek running through North Bend Recreation Area on the Big Bend of the Missouri River

Fallen leaf on a quiet bend of the Big Sioux River near Newton Hills State Park

Sunset and corn ready to for the combine in rural Minnehaha County

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