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by Peter Herman
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Our spiral notebooks are 6" x 8" in size and include 120 pages which are lined on both sides. The artwork is printed on the front cover which is made of thick paper stock, and the back cover is medium gray in color. The inside of the back cover includes a pocket for storing extra paper and pens.
I suffered for this one, folks.. It was about 8F in ND at 11PM that evening, without the wind chill and well below zero with wind chill. My fingers... more
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I suffered for this one, folks.. It was about 8F in ND at 11PM that evening, without the wind chill and well below zero with wind chill. My fingers kept going numb as I was trying to adjust things on camera. I also shot some 30 minute exposures (star trails) that I may post in future, but rather liked this "simple" shot of just a minute exposure with sharp stars and the old abandoned combine watching the rising Orion constellation and winter Milky Way. The "glow" on the horizon is distant (25 miles) town of Devils Lake, ND. This shot was taken about 7 miles NE of Brinsmade. in November 2017
Peter Herman was born and raised on a farm in North Dakota. He first became interested in photography during high-school, and after acquiring a Pentax SLR, began taking photos for the school yearbook and developing/printing B&W images in school darkroom. He continued shooting through college, taking portraits, group pictures, weddings, but after beginning his engineering career at Cummins, he let his photography interests go dormant until about 2005 when he acquired his first DSLR and started shooting scenic landscapes from around the US, but concentrating especially on rural areas in ND and WI. Many of his images were encountered while riding motorcycle down random backroads during "golden hour", searching for that magic light...
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