Richardton, N.D.

I’ve been on the road A LOT over the past couple of weeks photographing all over North Dakota for a client – more on the specific project after it is published later this summer.

Most recently, I logged 1,200 plus miles over five days. The road trip took me from Fargo on the east side of North Dakota to Beach on the state’s west side. From there, I headed north to Williston with stops in Minot, Cando, Devils Lake and a few other places before returning home. So, basically I crossed the length of North Dakota twice.

While my shooting schedule was tight, I grabbed a few shots here and there. Rural North Dakota provides endless photo opportunities.

HAMBURGER MEATS [pictured above] is located in Richardton. The landscape [below] was found along Highway 16 north of Beach. The remaining two photos depict a hotel parking lot in Devils Lake and the efforts of a worker at a state rest stop.

An alternate route to Williston

Devils Lake, N.D.

Along Interstate 29

4 comments on “North Dakota Road Trip [Part 1]

  1. Mark J on said:

    Great photos! I love North Dakota road trips, after a two year hiatus I was able to take a couple day trips in March while the snow was still out, but the roads were dry, it was perfect!

  2. My favorite North Dakota seasons are spring and fall. This trip marked my first stop in Williston, Minot and many other spots along Highway 2. I have to say Mott, Regent and other places in the southwestern corner of the state are extra special. More road trip photos coming soon!

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