By Hendrikje Schröder

Montana. Big Sky Country.

Bison herds, counting hundreds of animals, running down a hill in this vast, harsh and extreme environment. In my time on the Prairie, the big, wide open skies of Montana are by far what fascinated me the most.

There are no words to actually describe the diverse and unique atmospheres created by the sky out here. Always beautiful. Always different. Constantly changing. Always interesting, dynamic and mystic. But let the pictures speak for themselves…

Hendrikje Schröeder was born and raised in the north of Germany. She is about to finish her master’s degree in Sustainable Resource Management, specializing in Wildlife and Protected Areas Management in Munich. Hendrikje is also an environmental educator working with stakeholders affected by the conservation of Europe’s three large carnivores. Her hobbies include rock climbing and hiking.

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