„I was in Williston, North Dakota, doing a story on the oil boom there. It was the heart of winter and probably around 13 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 10 degrees Celsius) in the morning when I made this photo. I was leaving early to chase the sunrise and noticed this sleeper semi-truck parked on the road outside my weekly rental. The ice was still defrosting on my window and the sun was rising. I liked the frame because in Williston the shortage of living quarters often makes the numerous men seeking a piece of the modern day gold rush live and rest anywhere possible.”
Niektóre są wyjątkowe i na szczęście nie ma widocznego manipulowania w Photoshopie, jak to bywa przy innych tego typu okazjach ostatnio.
Zdjęcie: Shannon Stapleton