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    One of the best roadside sculptures I've ever seen! Murdo, SD 2004.

    datenmull, fred babyflo, Olivander, and 17 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Olivander 101 months ago | reply

      I spent most of my life in South Dakota, and I never saw this. My loss.

    2. Neato Coolville 101 months ago | reply

      It is amazing. I would like to see a photo of this with snow all around.

    3. some dude who used to do things 100 months ago | reply

      Awesome! I really wanted to get a pic of this when I drove through last year, but I also really wanted the hell out of south dakota, so I didn't take one.

    4. KBlood 96 months ago | reply

      I love it!

    5. Jacob...K 96 months ago | reply

      Wow, this honestly is really cool, though I wonder if it doesn't have creationist undertones

    6. Double B Photography 96 months ago | reply

      i'm going on a photo adventure and i'm trying to find awesome stuff to shoot, what road is this on??

    7. Neato Coolville 96 months ago | reply

      This was located on I-90 right before the tourist attraction, 1880's town. Good luck on your trip and you might look at roadsideamerica.com.

    8. deadlyartichoke 90 months ago | reply

      very cool piece of work thanks for showing
      deadlyart
      www.llamaseven.com

    9. Goggla 81 months ago | reply

      I want to go to SD just to see this!

    10. CheshireCat666 75 months ago | reply

      This is breathtaking. You find the most amazing roadside stuff

      There's this cool quirky documentary guy named Rick Sebak whose done all kinds of neat documentaries about stuff as varied as hot dogs and ice cream. You definitely need to see this one called "A Program About Unusual Buildings and Other Roadside Attractions"

      They rerun it on PBS every year without fail. The last one he did was on cemetaries across America

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