Dakota Wind by AaronGroen

Photo taken 9/11/2015 – 10:15:02 PM as the clouds were starting to clear revealing our beautiful Milky Way Galaxy. The light pollution on the clouds is actually from Sioux Falls 51 miles south of here. This is a single exposure shot with Canon EOS 6D and EF16-35mm f/2.8L II USM lens @ 30.0 sec; f/2.8; ISO 6400, 16mm.
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Eternal Rust by AaronGroen

From the Stardust and Rust series… “Eternal Rust” by Aaron J. Groen
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The center of our galaxy shines bright over this old rusty truck in southeastern South Dakota.
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St. Ann’s by AaronGroen

St. Ann’s Catholic Church of Badus is a historic church near Ramona, South Dakota.
It was built in 1884 and was added to the National Register in 1979.
Photo taken 9/13/2015 – 9:53:49 PM Canon EOS 6D and EF16-35mmf/2.8L II usm lens @ 30 sec f/2.8 6400iso, 2 shots wide at 16mm each
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Amen by AaronGroen

Dakota Night by AaronGroen

The center of our Milky Way Galaxy shines bright on this clear moonless South Dakota night. Made from a single exposure taken 8/20/2012 – 10:15:25 PM with a Canon EOS 60D and EF16-35mm f/2.8L II USM lens @ 30.0 sec; f/2.8; ISO 2500 south of Canton, South Dakota. For prints of this or any of my images please visit my website – HomeGroenPhotography.com

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Road Trip by AaronGroen

The center of our Galaxy lights the way on this road trip. Taken in rural South Dakota.
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Galactic Big Rig by AaronGroen

The center of our Milky Way Galaxy shines bright over this abandoned Kenworth in rural South Dakota.
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Inhabited? by AaronGroen

“Inhabited?” From a series of Dark Places…. by Aaron J. Groen
Milky Way stars shine bright over this long abandoned farm house in rural South Dakota.
I want to emphasize this is a single exposure. To accomplish the lighting in this shot I placed a bright flashlight inside the living room door of this abandoned house and in the room on the left I placed my phone with the screen flashlight app set on red and it is so dark out here that even with these lights and the crazy high ISO I still had to light paint the foreground and front of the house with my other flashlight. I was hoping to catch a couple Perseid meteors in the shot but no luck with this set up before I moved on to my next location. I did see many Perseid meteors last night just mostly off frame haha. This is a location I found a couple miles outside of Hurley, South Dakota last Saturday and returned last night. I have a feeling I will be back again, the front of this house is very unique looking for these type of old houses so I think a star trails shot or the next big Aurora would look great. Thanks for looking !
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