By Scott Shephard
I took this photo from one of my favorite places anywhere in the world. I was enjoying a warm summer afternoon on “the rock,” which is about 3 miles from our cabin in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Experts say that you never shoot a photo directly into the sun so I guess I broke the rule, though the sun was obscured by the clouds. They call them “black” but the Hills look blue to me.
Camera unknown f8.0 1/400 Canon 70-200 2.8 August 3, 2003