Marooned – North Dakota

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Long Exposure Photograph of a North Dakota farmhouse on top of a man-made hill, thanks to the fracking and oil industry. Up until recently, this region of the upper midwest relied on imported frac sand from other states. But geologists figured out that the locally-sourced sand might do the trick afterall. Dig, baby, dig! Now, the queen sits stoically, marooned against a waterless moat. For whatever reason—probably financial—the frac sand miners spared this old pile of regal bones, and carved out a throne so she could survey the damage indefinitely. Under a near-full moon, we scaled “Mount Dakota” and illuminated the queen’s majestic domain one last time. She’s surrounded by an almost lunar landscape—if the moon was coated in vegetation in some alternative reality—her head adorned by a crown bejeweled with the constellation Ursa Major. Now, is this her best angle? You decide ›

8″ x 10″ Print will have some cropping. | Print frame not included

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Print materials description: • 8″ x 10″ Print: Premium 68lb. Satin Photo Paper*
• 11″ x 17″ Print: Premium 75lb. Luster Photo Paper*
• 16″ x 24″ + 20″ x 30″ Chromaluxe hung float-mount: 1/8″ thin Aluminum Gloss printed panel with 1″ float-mounted frame adhered to the back, plus French Cleat hardware included for easy hanging
*Frame not included with print purchase.