North Dakota Voting booths

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  • Daniel Smith
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    on: December 12, 2020 at 12:46 am

    Driving to pick up a new to me set of rims for the big pickup I drove back on the old highway. Now sections no longer pavement. Going by and through small towns, some with the population less than 20 – I do come onto some interesting places. Here I can go from Munich to Perth to Palermo to Pekin to England – all in the same day and on less than a tank of fuel. Don’t even have to cross an ocean.This one is an old one room schoolhouse, now a township meeting hall. Not really in use any longer but the voting booths and stove are there.Sigma DP2 Merrill for the image.©2020 Daniel A. Smith, North Dakota Voting booths

    "A good still photograph, studied by an inquiring mind, frequently yields more information than a mile of moving images". Walter Cronkite, New York, June 1989

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    Mike Nelson Pedde
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    Re: North Dakota Voting booths
    Reply #1 on: December 12, 2020 at 5:27 pm

    So much to see there. Thanks for sharing it!

    Mike.

    P.S. I remember driving through Wyoming, past signs that said, “Population: 4”, “Population: 6”, even one that said, “Population 0”. I guess if someone moved in s/he would be responsible for changing the sign.

    Mike.

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