Thursday, July 9, 2015

Got a favorite autumn spot?

Okay Dakotagraph readers, I need your help. I know it is the height of summer, but I need some autumn ideas. I'm looking for recommendations for great places to shoot autumn colors this fall in Eastern South Dakota.

I already know and have photographed the traditional East River hot-spots of Sica Hollow, Palisades State Park and Newton Hills. If you know of a beautiful autumn location that should be featured in South Dakota Tourism photos, please reply here or on Facebook. Thank you!

2 comments:

Joshua Boldt said...

I'm thinking I need to get out to the new Good Earth State Park in the fall. The foliage is dense out there so I'm hoping for some good views. The South Dakota Ornithologist's Union maintains bird feeders there so there are always some birds around, and their biologist planted some natural prairie grass and flowers so that might look nice in the fall too.

The Japanese Gardens at Terrace Park in Sioux Falls has some interesting trees. If you go to the west bank across from the gardens you can get a wide view of them with the little island in between. Since the tree-pocalypse a couple years ago when the ice covered the whole city some of the big cottonwoods have died though.



Chad Coppess said...

Thanks Josh! Both great ideas.