Andrew Filer, a photographer, has captured the beauty of every single named place in North Dakota, over the last ten years. He photographed all cities, towns, unincorporated places, ghost towns, and the wide empty spaces, and more than 875 locations across this scattered populated state.
This project of Filer’s is called as Everydot, as in “every dot in the map”. He has already captured the beauty of all places in North Dakota, and now clicking the beauty of Minnesota, Washington State, and parts of Western Canada. We are very happy sharing some pictures of his North Dakota collection here. Don’t forget to check out his project named Kickstarter, where he is trying to collect fund to continue his trips, and to publish two books of his photographs.
- Dual railroad green tracks near Oswald, North Dakota.
- Golden Valley, North Dakota.
- Vang, North Dakota
- A storefront in Turtle Lake, North Dakota.
- Howard, North Dakota.
- A four-story structure in Ashley, North Dakota. Here the population is 749.
- Otter Creek, North Dakota.
- Hanks, North Dakota.
- The Winger Chees building in Towner, North Dakota. In 2003, Winger Cheese closed down after more than 40 years in business, due to diminished milk production.
- Westfield, North Dakota. Looking like an amazing farm – house to spend weekends.
- Storefronts in Wahpeton, North Dakota. The building in the middle, formerly The National Bank, is now a gold & silver exchange.
- Railroad cars stretch to the horizon near an abandoned farmhouse in Hong, North Dakota.
- An abandoned church in Heil, North Dakota. The sign reads “No Trespassing. Violators will be shot. Survivors will be shot again.”
- Mose, North Dakota. On July 12, 1943, a thunderstorm hit this area, and destroyed most of the buildings in this town, which was not rebuilt.
- Thelan, North Dakota.
- An intersection in Hampden, North Dakota.
- Rolling hills near Donnybrook, North Dakota.
- From Everydot project of North Dakota by Andrew Filer – The Scandia Valley Church, in West Bonetraill.