Capturing the subtle beauty: Photographer documents North Dakota prairie in book
With vivid photographs, insightful poetry and nostalgic anecdotes, photographer David Paukert, of Michigan, N.D., has documented the past 20 years of the North Dakota prairie.
The Grand Forks native collaborated with farmer and poet Terry Jacobson to publish a coffee table book titled “Visions of the Prairie: My North Dakota Journey.” The book includes Paukert’s landscape photographs taken throughout North Dakota over the past 20 years.
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