Long Exposure Photograph of an old farmhouse that still stands fearless against the prairie winds that whip through the heart of South Dakota. Not too far from the town of DeSmet and homestead of Laura Ingalls Wilder. It was about 15 degrees that night. Our frozen fingers and toes reminded us of South Dakota’s Long Winter of 1880-81 when prairie homes and farms barely made it to Spring. The most fun part of light painting this house with our greenish yellow Protomachines flashlight? The missing floorboards on the second story. You gotta be pretty careful while darting around up there in the pitch black!
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