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The steady breeze floats throughout the prairie lands stretching from one end of North Dakota to the other. The vast flat land, rolling hills and treacherous badlands are speckled with the occasional sleepy small town. Antelope prance across wheat fields as the Meadowlark fly from one fence post to another. Farms occupy most of this northern state which is now being overrun by oil fields, trucks and trains. As the least visited state in the United States, North Dakota stays silent, day and night. This project explores the fast changing appearance of North Dakota as the oil business inundates its small towns, turning it into a metropolis overnight.