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ONE PHOTO – ONE STORY

04.03.2015

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Nate Ahia cleans equipment used on oil rigs at Rocky Mountain Casing Crews in Williston, North Dakota. There are more than 1.1 million barrels of oil produced a day in the Bakken Shale Formation, making North Dakota the second largest producer of oil in America, behind only Texas. North Dakota also has the lowest unemployment rate in the country due to the oil boom that has overtaken the Northwest corner of the state.

How is rural America changing and what does oil have to do with it? Read the whole essay by Danny Wilcox Frazier in LFI 2/2015.

Danny Wilcox Frazier

Born in Iowa. After studying photography he moved far away. When his wife became pregnant they moved back. Since then he has been documenting change in America. Driftless was published as a book in 2007. He received the Center for Documentary Studies/Honickman First Book Prize the same year.

www.reduxpictures.com
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