Cannonball concretions are a unique geologic formation in the Teddy Roosevelt North Unit
I wanted to pull out the green that topped this butte on my way out of the North Unit
A range of buttes on my way out of the North Unit
This lone bison guarded the entrance of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park
I lost this staring contest between the bison
The bison was my spirit guide for the North Unit. Would I meet his kin in the South Unit?
The two hallmarks of the Teddy Roosevelt National Park side by side
This bison was posing for the next edition of the Buffalo Nickel
Watford City Outskirts
Gas burns on the horizon of this Boom Town in North Dakota
Little Pink Houses
An ode to John Melloncamp. These tiny homes house the oil workers in their quest for fortune
The Mack Truck fleet bound to carry oil and such to their refineries I suppose
Probably the most expensive trailer park you'll ever see. Workers get payed a ton of money but are charged a small fortune to live.
Dirty on the inside and out
Circle of Life
Oil from under the ground is shown in its full life circle from transport to consumption
Fill up, Drop off?
This tanker truck was headed to the gas station to either fill up or drop off?
Housing was being built in a heartbeat to accomodate the growing number of oil workers. Hence a BOOM town