3rd Place / Fine Art / Landscape


  • Photographer
    Erik Fremstad
  • Date of Photograph
    July 17, 2015
  • Technical Info
    ISO4000 14mm f/2.8 15secs

The dark skies in the Badlands of South Dakota allow for some of the best night skies in North America. Green airglow, caused by electrons reattaching to oxygen and nitrogen atoms and molecules, encompasses the Milky Way, adding to it's mystique. Formations over 75 million years old, mainly the result of deposition and erosion, under billions of stars in our galaxy, words and photos cannot express the awesomeness of seeing it in person.

You can create multiple entries, and pay for them at the same time.
Just go to your History, and select multiple entries that you would like to pay for.